Professor of Biology Barry Logan said the project, which is underwritten by the National Institute for Standards and Technology, is looking at new large-scale methods of measuring photosynthesis—something that has enormous potential to help in areas like farming and ecology.
Biology professor Nat Wheelwright explains how to look for signs of deer in the woods.
They’re elegant and they’re everywhere, says biology professor Nat Wheelwright, who takes a closer look at mosses in his latest Nature Moments video.
You may find it hard to believe, but if you took all the moose or deer in a northeastern forest and put them on a scale, they wouldn’t weigh as much as the superabundant but often overlooked red-backed salamander.
Gender in humans turns out to be more complicated than we once thought, but gender in plants is pretty complicated, too.
In a New York Times op-ed, Pultizer Prize-winning author Anthony Doerr ’95 recalls how, in 1992, more than 1,500 prominent scientists issued a stark warning to the world.
King is carrying out environmental research during a six-week voyage in New Zealand waters with a group of undergraduates from throughout the US.