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UMass Amherst Chamber Choir Welcomes 2017, Performing Alma Mater at Old Chapel

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Cleaning mackerel in Deer Isle, Maine, 1891
New England’s 1816 ‘Mackerel Year’ and Climate Change Today
An artist’s rendition of Geobacter expressing electrically conductive nanowires. Microbiologists at UMass Amherst have discovered a new type of natural wire produced by bacteria that could greatly accelerate the development of sustainable “green” conducting materials for the electronics industry.
Microbiologists Make Big Leap in Developing ‘Green’ Electronics
Rachel Walker
UMass Amherst Nursing Professor Receives Komen Foundation Grant to Design Technology for Breast Cancer Survivors
Raymond Bradley
Northeast U.S. Temperatures are Decades Ahead of Global Average
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Party Smart Pilot Program Enjoys Initial Success to Help Reduce Neighborhood Noise Complaints

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