The nationwide event promotes the importance of sustainability in education on college campuses.
The multinational corporation has given the University a library of 3,500 plant tissues and cells.
Biochemist Peter Chien, along with a team of University of California, Berkeley scientists, helps define a crucial bacterial process.
Emilie Jordao, a landscape architecture master’s candidate, interned with Earthship Biotecture in New Mexico.
Timothy D. Cook, head of Apple, reveals the highly anticipated iPhone 6 and Apple Watch.
The University will receive $2.5 million from the Department of Energy Resources to create the job.
UMass’ School of Public Health and Health Sciences receives two-year grant from The National Cancer Institute
Researchers, led by epidemiologist Katherine Reeves, will investigate the possible correlation between antidepressant use and breast cancer in women.
Carey Clouse, assistant professor of architecture and landscape architecture, has been awarded by the Fulbright Scholar Program to work in regions in India that are currently suffering from severe drought.
A study done by a UMass graduate student and a research professor assesses leatherback turtles near Cape Cod.
The Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaign remains skeptical of the University’s willingness to address its concerns, despite the UMass Foundation’s plan to establish a socially responsible investing advisory committee.
Emotion regulation of toddlers addressed by Penn State faculty member
Online entrepreneur offers insight to students about entrepreneurship
Students, faculty and the public had the opportunity to test-drive electric vehicles on Tuesday, and the University celebrated the installation of a new charging station on campus.
Results show a variety of cognitive benefits based on age.
University of Massachusetts geoscientist Donald Wise says it might be time to revise our ideas of the moon’s origins.
Declining sales at on-campus bookstores and the high cost of textbooks has prompted the administration to seek a digital alternative.
Dr. Richard Palmer spoke about sustainability and collaboration as a problem-solving strategy as part of the University’s Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series.
Professor is awarded for his contributions to mathematics