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Stars of the Seashore Under Threat

Scattered in tide pools, sea stars draw us out to the coastline to glimpse the life thriving just along the edge of our terrestrial world — their distinctive profiles, iconic symbols of the ocean beyond.

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Christelle Vincent


A New Map of Mathematical Objects

An international group of mathematicians, including two researchers at the University of Vermont, has released a new kind of mathematical tool: an online atlas that provides detailed maps of previously uncharted mathematical terrain.

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Clark’s Health Economics Work in Department of Surgery Leads to IBM Personal Technology Project

When IBM’s inventors heard about Eric Clark’s data-driven healthcare projects at the University of Vermont, they asked him to join their efforts to develop personal technology that will help doctors take care of patients.

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Metal of Honor

Ask Benjamin Kagan ’18 about his research work and be ready to pay very close attention. It’s — wait for it — “organometallic synthesis with a specific focus on the synthesis of hafnium metal complexes.”

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UVM, Burlington Invited to Join White House MetroLab Network

The University of Vermont and the city of Burlington have been selected by the White House to join MetroLab Network, a network of 35 city-university partnerships focused on bringing data, analytics and innovation to local government.

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Student Research, Creativity, Innovation on Display at Annual Conference

Ever since she was 15, Nora Awadallah has dreamed of joining the Society for Neuroscience. So getting to present at their annual conference — as a UVM sophomore — was, well, if you look at her Instagram that captures the moment last October, best described as equal parts heart-eyed and wide-eyed emoji wonderment.

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