WVU biology students investigate the impact of climate change on Appalachian forests
Biology students at West Virginia University are studying the impact of climate change on the forests of the Appalachian Mountains.
Growing the future: WVU biologists team up to research new bioproducts
WVU biologists team up to research new bioproducts
WVU biologists awarded $1.4 million Air Force grant to examine moths’ olfactory systems
As humans walk and talk, we sense our own movements or sounds. Yet, we can distinguish our actions from everything else in our environment that affects our senses.
WVU Core Arboretum hosts summer nature series beginning June 6
Local and regional experts on a variety of topics will speak at the WVU Core Arboretum this summer as part of its new Nature Connection Series.
Libraries and Honors College name two Munn Scholars
Meet the Grads: Sundus Lateef
Bridgeport, W.Va. native Sundus Lateef arrived at West Virginia University as a shy, hesitant freshman. Getting involved in research has since helped the WVU Foundation Scholar and Eberly Scholar break out of her shell.
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.