A research team, including UVM scientist Nate Sanders, found that when water temperatures heat up for corals, fish "tempers" cool down, providing the first clear evidence that coral bleaching can trigger rapid change in the behavior of reef fish.This study, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, was covered by a range of global media including
Children who live near forests appear to have better nutrition, according to a large-scale study across four continents, led by a team of scientists at the University of Vermont.
Research by UVM scientist Adrian Del Maestro revealed the microscopic process by which metal wires lose their superconductivity—pointing toward a new class of efficient technologies.
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