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‘It’ has revitalized the modern monster movie -

September 21, 2017

UMass Republicans feel ostracized in political climate -

September 21, 2017

Irma hits Cuba, putting rain cloud over students’ study abroad plans -

September 21, 2017

UMass football travels to Tennessee for its first Power Five game of 2017 -

September 21, 2017

UMass women’s soccer looks ahead to Thursday matchup with Davidson -

September 21, 2017

Perussault and the Minutewomen are ready for the start of A-10 play -

September 21, 2017

Behind the “Hate has no home at UMass” campaign -

September 21, 2017

A-10 field hockey notebook: VCU, St. Joseph’s, and Lock Haven dominate -

September 21, 2017

Video games as art -

September 21, 2017

A-10 men’s soccer notebook: Davidson falls to Virginia Tech in Blacksburg -

September 21, 2017

Glazed and confused: what youth should know about vaping -

September 21, 2017

Trust the professors, and trust the system -

September 21, 2017

Beauty that exists all around you and how to notice it -

September 21, 2017

Student death reported to the University Sept. 19 -

September 20, 2017

Domestic violence and experience of Muslim women lecture kicks off seminar series -

September 20, 2017

Students demand bathroom accountability -

September 20, 2017

Small trashcan fire broke out in Kennedy Hall -

September 20, 2017

Immigration policy discussed in public teach-in -

September 20, 2017

Massachusetts men’s soccer ties Central Connecticut State in double overtime -

September 20, 2017

Atlantic 10 Women’s Soccer Notebook: Saint Louis Billikens off to hottest start among A-10 teams -

September 20, 2017

Creationism still exists in the classroom

A recent study of over 900 schools in the United States has found that creationism is still being taught in many classrooms.

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Oil from BP spill lingers off Gulf Coast

University of Massachusetts research has revealed that oil from the BP spill is still affecting life along and in the Gulf of Mexico, and according to one UMass professor, there is still work to be done.

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IBM’s Watson comp. defeats humans on Jeopardy

The super computer Watson, developed and programmed by a variety of teams and institutions, including UMass, recently won a tournament against the show’s greatest victors.

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Agricultural lectures held at Hadley Farm

This past Saturday, a series of lectures provided information to small farmers and gardeners interested in agriculture.

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UMass research gets ranked in nation

The University has ranked eighth in technology transfer for 2009, thanks in part to the discovery of an ethanol-producing bacterium.

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UMass professors help identify galaxy ‘protocluster’

University astrophysicists uncover a massive galaxy protocluster, shedding light on the early years of our universe.

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UMass Professor works on technology to help the blind

Professor Aura Ganz is working on PERCEPT, a new technology to help the visually impaired navigate their way through unfamiliar buildings.

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UMass works with Healthy Environment, Healthy Springfield

UMass assistant professor Christine Rogers and others work with Healthy Environment, Healthy Springfield as part of an EPA grant.

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How a burger can destroy the planet

The process of collecting and packing meat is producing carbon emissions that are contributing to global warming, and scientists are searching for alternatives to stop the problem.

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Turn your six packs into gas, and other climate change tips

According to the UMass Office of Waste Management, the campus processes approximately 5,954 tons of recyclable waste per year. Some 55 percent of the waste generated at UMass is recycled here.

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Green housing may help save the planet and cash in your wallet

Green housing development may have the construction and real estate industries buzzing with abundant promise for a more eco-friendly, and profitable, future.

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UMass Transit encourages students, residents, to hop on for climate change

There are approximately 14,000 registered cars at UMass, contributing to greenhouse gases, and the PVTA’s ultra low sulfur diesel buses may help reduce

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Professors recieve presidential early career award

Two University of Massachusetts professors recently were

awarded the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and

Engineers, and offer advice for undergrads.

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Lawrence Schwartz given named chair in integrative science

Professor Lawrence Schwartz has been named the the first Eugene M. and Ronnie Isenberg Professor of Integrative Science.

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UMass leads by example in its sustainability efforts

The University of Massachusetts was recently awarded the Governor’s “Leading by Example” prize for taking steps to reduce its carbon emissions footprint.

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Knobloch lectures UMass about climate change

Kevin Knobloch, president of the Union of Concerned Scientists, spoke to an audience on Oct. 18 with his lecture “Climate Change: Profiles in Paralysis,” warning the crowd that more directed action needs to be taken against global warming.

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Research experience program for freshmen launched by College of Natural Sciences

The new program offered by the College of Natural Science gives 18 freshmen this semester a chance to work one-on-one with select faculty members.

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Bioenergy conference held to discuss progress

The newly-established North American BioElectric System Meeting series at UMass covers new breakthroughs with bioelectric microbiology and related subjects.

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Scientists discuss solutions to invasive species

The recent 2010 Biocontrol for Nature Conference discussed the epidemic of invasive flora taking over environments, and what can be done to stop them.

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John Smol discusses industrialism’s adverse effects in lecture

Queen’s University Professor John Smol discussed the world’s industrial footprint on the environment in a Monday lecture.

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