Book critic Maureen Corrigan of National Public Radio’s “Fresh Air” rounds up her 10 favorite books of the year, including “Black Is the Body” by UVM professor of English and critical race and ethnic studies Emily Bernard.
A first of its kind study in PLOS One by Samantha Alger, a research affiliate in the Plant & Soil Sciences Department, showed that viruses may be spilling over from commercial honeybee colonies into wild bumblebee populations, with the potential for significant harmful consequences to crop pollination.
A UVM study, led by Ryan McGinnis, a bioengineer in the College of Engineering and Mathematical Science, and Ellen McGinnis a clinical psychologist in the Larner College of Medicine, shows that a machine learning algorithm can detect signs of anxiety and depression in the speech patterns of young children, potentially providing a fast and easy way of diagnosing conditions that are difficult to
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- Vermont MBAs Take the Top Prize in an Impact Investing Challenge
- Interview with Dr. Jim Hudziak, Chief of Child Psychiatry at UVM
- Scientists record conversations of mysterious, 'solitary' river dolphin from Brazil
- If my measles shot was years ago, am I still protected? 5 questions answered
- A happy ending for ‘Game of Thrones’? No thanks
- If you can’t beat them, eat them: dangerous invasive species on the menu
- Tiniest U.S. preemies more likely to end up in lower-quality NICU if they're black
- As libraries and museums focus on teaching, classrooms become priorities
- It's time to start considering Vermont as an entrepreneurial Hub—Here's why
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