You’d think a Political Science, Sociology, and Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies triple-major who juggled three jobs while carrying a full course load during the past school year might want to take a break over the summer. But downtime was not on the agenda this year for Zane Zupan, a rising junior from Manchester, VT with a passion for LGBTQ+ history. Instead, having amassed a sizeable...
A large portion of Greenland was an ice-free tundra landscape—perhaps covered by trees and roaming woolly mammoths—in the recent geologic past, new UVM-led research shows. This indicates that the ice sheet on Greenland may be more sensitive to human-caused climate change than previously understood—and will be vulnerable to irreversible, rapid melting in coming centuries.
Your body is home to a unique collection of bacteria, viruses, and fungi that live in and on you, known as your microbiome. When everything is in balance, you feel good. But when your microbiome is off, you can get sick. The same applies to the rest of the animal kingdom—including sea stars.
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