2016-2017 News Archive

Better pollen barcoding breaking down barriers to plant identification • 4/25/17

Professor Gillespie in March issue of Nature • 3/30/17

Primate-parasite network analyses show how germs jump from host to host • 3/20/17

GPB interview with Professor Martin: Going Underground With Paleontologist Anthony Martin • 3/11/17

Contact tracing, with indoor spraying, can curb dengue outbreak • 2/20/17

Professor Vazquez-Prokopec discusses Zika (YouTube) • 2/16/17

Can drones really do the work of honeybees? • 2/9/17

The Economist Review of Professor Martin's book • 2/9/17

Preview of Professor Martin's new book • 2/2/17

Professor Saikawa's blog post in East Asia Forum • 2/1/17

Experts warn of impending extinction of many of the world's primates • 1/19/17

How will the shifting political winds affect U.S. climate policy? • 12/7/16

The top 10 policies needed now to protect pollinators l 11/24/16

Faculty Highlights - Fall 2016 • 11/4/16

Racing Zika: Scientists rust to solve the mysteries of the epidemic l 10/30/16

Lecture-Track Faculty Position in Environmental Field Teaching l 10/19/16

Professor Martin's interview with Atlanta's Fox 5 on Giant Dinosaurs at Fernbank l 9/23/16

ENVS Adjunct Professor Cassandra Quave's profile in NYT Magazine l 9/16/16

Pistil-packing science: Pollen genetics could help fight crime l 9/8/16

The Kitron Lab and former PhD student, Rebecca Levine, on how cardinals may reduce West Nile virus spillover in Atlanta l 8/10/16

Dinosaur tracks lead paleontologist through museum to mentor's discovery l 7/29/16

Chasing fire: Fever and human mobility in an epidemic l 7/19/16

Professor Kitron's interview in eScienceCommons: Why Zika risk is low for Olympic athletes in Rio l 7/5/16