“Becky Berry, a Marinette native, graduated from UW-Green Bay with her bachelor’s degree in environmental science. Her primary area of study has been with cyanobacteria, commonly known as blue-green algae. According to Sue Bodilly, the director of content and media relations for UWGB, Berry’s research has been ongoing for the last six semesters, and has been presented nationally, notably at the 2017 International BMAA conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.” More via UWGB grad makes strides with her scientific research | Eagle Herald.
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