Eberly News

Brigading for better health

While some students returned home for spring break or took much-needed vacations, others traveled the world to study abroad. 

Yeast holds the key to humans’ genetic response to stress, herbicide exposure

Yeast’s ability to grow, divide, age and metabolize food is similar to human cells and provides researchers with a nearly perfect specimen to study cell processes and genetic variation. 

WVU Eberly College of Arts and Sciences recognizes outstanding researchers

The Eberly College of Arts and Sciences at West Virginia University has recognized the achievements of three professors receiving the College’s Outstanding Researcher Award for the 2015-16 academic year.

A WVU biology professor asks: How do electric fish process signal patterns?

Research on fish may lead to breakthroughs in neuroscience and how sensory information is processed.