Associate Scientific Editor April Pawluk was in the midst of a traditional academic research path when she realized that her true calling was in the world of scientific publication and not at a lab bench in Berkeley. Now she’s flourishing at Cell Press, helping to shape and facilitate the vast landscape of communicating novel scientific discoveries.
President Feridun Hamdullahpur will be hosting a special virtual Graduate Student Town Hall to address concerns returning to campus, including questions about classes, campus access, research and more.
President Feridun Hamdullahpur will be hosting a special virtual Undergraduate Student Town Hall to address concerns returning to campus, including questions about classes, campus access, research, co-op, student supports and more.
We are pleased to announce a virtual meeting for the presentation of the first GOGREEN Data release and science results, hosted by the Waterloo Centre for Astrophysics. The public portion of the meeting will run from 10am-2pm EDT on Monday Aug 24, and 10am-12pm EDT on Tuesday Aug 25. To be included on future emails, and to receive the password-protected Zoom link on August 21, please register here. There is no registration fee.
Being able to complete experiments efficiently and effectively requires not just scientific technical skills but project planning skills as well. We’ll be covering some basics on how to map out an experimental pipeline using a 5 week rotation student project as a framework.
Join the Gustav Bakos Observatory for a night of astronomy at home. Take a tour of the night sky and watch the Perseid Meteor Shower online.
The role of dams and the nearshore zone on phosphorus flows along the river-lake interface
With continued concern for eutrophication in the lower Great Lakes, scientists, government and stakeholders continue to work together towards effective management solutions. In these freshwater systems, phosphorus is a main driver of algal blooms. Our ability to manage phosphorus in these systems to improve water quality is limited by our understanding of phosphorus flows and cycling along rivers and into large lakes.