Bringing carbon buyers and sellers to market
Shotgun sequencing finds nanoorganisms
For 11 years, Jill Banfield has collected and studied the microbes that slime the floors of mines and convert iron to acid, a common source of stream pollution around the world.
Undergrad Subhajit Poddar researches genetics of green algae
Until he met the slimy green algae called Chlamydomonas, undergraduate Subhajit Poddar didn’t know he was interested in plant biology. “Once I began working with mutant strains of algae, I was totally hooked,” he says.
Solved: Structure of Iron Regulatory Protein-RNA Complex
New study shows promise of genomics in monitoring environmental toxicology
Researchers barcode DNA of 6,000 fungi species in Venice museum
Dean Ludden to Step Down Next Summer
Farmworkers: Can't afford the food they grow?
Reducing pollution could increase rice harvests in India
Undergrad Matt Stuckey uses DNA to understand butterfly evolution in the Sierra
Matthew Stuckey, fourth year in Environmental Economics and Policy and Conservation Resource Studies, is researching how the butterfly Colias behrii colonized the Sierra Nevada.
Tours begin of eco-friendly "green apartment"
Undergrad Laura Lagomarsino maps ancestral relationships using genetics
Lagomarsino, third year in Plant Biology, is using nuclear and chloroplast genes to develop a phylogeny, or map of ancestral relationships between species of the genus Heliconia, a tropical plant.
Chancellor's Outstanding Staff Award honors ESPM Grad Advisor
Battrick has made himself an invaluable resource in his five years at ESPM.
Pollinators help one-third of world's crop production
Progress on Zivnuska Hall construction
Researchers launch online wildfire risk assessment tool
The Whale and the Wind Turbine: Biomimicry in Design
Andersen Auditorium at Haas Business School