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CAHNR in the news

July 20, 2018

UConn Today reported on a study done with elephant and Weddell seals by a team that included the Department of Pathobiology and Veterinary Science’s Assistant Research Professor Milton Levin. There was no evidence of damage to pulmonary tissues in the seals. See also R&D and Journal of Experimental Biology. Business Vancouver depicted and quoted Department […]

Meet graduate student Sean Ooi

July 18, 2018

A MS degree student in the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, Sean Ooi is concentrating on the denitrification in New England salt marshes as his area of research. Here is how he answered our questions. Where did you study as an undergraduate? What was your major? I studied at the University of Michigan […]

Graduate student intern studies Connecticut rain gardens to address storm water management in China and Japan

July 17, 2018

Linying Zhang, a Ph.D. student from Kyoto University in Japan, recently visited the College for a month-long internship on rain gardens and bioretention with Extension Educator Mike Dietz. Bioretention areas are swales planted with vegetation to collect and infiltrate storm water. The term bioretention area is used for larger engineered spaces, and smaller ones are […]

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