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Exploring the Science of Life
 
She will be studying the role of Cardiolipin in the TCA Cycle and its implications for Barth syndrome

Prof. Miriam Greenberg Earns Four Years of Support from NIH


She will be studying the role of Cardiolipin in the TCA Cycle and its implications for Barth syndrome

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This program funds graduate students for projects in the fields of wildland fire and related human dimensions and ecological sciences.  She has been awarded $25,000 to spend on research expenses over the next two years.

PhD Student Maggie Tucker Wins Graduate Research Innovation (GRIN) Award


This program funds graduate students for projects in the fields of wildland fire and related human dimensions and ecological sciences. She has been awarded $25,000 to spend on research expenses over the next two years.

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Dr. Chris Steiner Earns Three Years of Research Support from NSF to Study Metacommunity Stability


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Journal of Biological Chemistry Selects Article by Cunqi Ye As Paper of the Week


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Popadic Lab’s Recent Publication on the Development of Pollen Baskets on Honey Bee Legs Garners Cove


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