Prof. Michael Draney (Biology and Natural and Applied Sciences) was featured in a news story about why mosquitoes are thriving in Northeast Wisconsin. More via Mosquitoes thriving thanks to Northeast Wisconsin’s wet weather | wearegreenbay.com.
UW-Green Bay Assistant Prof. Douglas Brusich (Human Biology) and four UW-Green Bay students recently published an online article. The article covers their findings on traumatic brain injury model in fruit flies. The four undergraduate authors are Ashley Willes, Brooke Kalata, Nathaniel Disher and alumna Lauren Putnam. The article can be found here.
UW-Green Bay students looking to identify new life-saving antibiotics are getting some help from the Green Bay Packers. UW-Green Bay science students are taking part in the worldwide “Tiny Earth” initiative that uses a global network of college students in 15 countries and almost every state in the U.S. to identify new antibiotics produced by bacteria […]
UW-Green Bay, Manitowoc Campus Associate Prof. Amy Kabrhel (Chemistry), Assistant Prof. Breeyawn Lybbert (Chemistry) and Associate Prof. James Kabrhel (Chemistry) performed a Cool Chemistry show at Sputnikfest in Manitowoc on Saturday, Sept. 7. These ‘cool’ events give attendees the chance to experience explosions, color-changing solutions, solid foams, dry ice fog, fire and even more explosions. Sputnikfest celebrates the moment a […]
UW-Green Bay alumnus Reed Heintzkill (Chemistry) ’16 recently had his first-ever journal paper published in Surface Engineering. Heintzkill has recently started a Ph.D. program in Materials Science & Engineering at UW-Milwaukee, where he will focus on cement chemistry and nanotechnology in concrete applications. UW-Green Bay featured Heintzkill his senior year, describing his uncharacteristic path toward […]
UW-Green Bay Professor Kevin Fermanich talks water quality at announcement On May 30, 2019, NEW Water announced a partnership with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to further the scientific knowledge of cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae. As part of their announcement, UW-Green Bay Prof. Kevin Fermanich (NAS) helped educate area leaders on […]
WFRV covered the annual Heirloom Vegetable Plant Sale that was held on Saturday, May 11, 2019. Hosted by Natural and Applied Sciences, the funds from the sale go towards helping the students in the program. More than 9,000 heirloom plants, vegetables, herbs and flowers were on sale at the successful event.
Heirloom Vegetable Plant sale held on Saturday, May 11, 2019 was a major success. Hosted by Natural and Applied Sciences, this sale boasted unique and rare heirloom vegetables, herbs and flowers. The sale completely sold out of tomatoes, which was a first in the history of the sale. As of 3 p.m., only 144 plants […]
The Log will be listing a number of grants that were awarded in the last year: Congratulations to Prof. Robert Howe (Natural and Applied Sciences), Director of Cofrin Center for Biodiversity, on being awarded $44,798 from the Environmental Protection Agency for the project titled “Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Monitoring” last September. This on-going project, in […]
UW-Green Bay faculty and staff have an opportunity to shop at the heirloom veggie pre-sale from noon to 5 p.m. on Friday, May 10, 2019. If possible, bring containers to carry your plants. More than 150 varieties of transplant-sized heirloom peppers, tomatoes, amaranths, eggplants, cucumbers, flowers, greens and herbs will be for sale. All money […]