Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
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EEB undergrad alum begins Fulbright and seeks future in science and policy for positive environmental change
"This intrinsic love for learning about the way the world works has caused me to follow a scientific path, both to learn about the world and to do the research necessary to protect it in our rapidly changing environment." ~Maryellen Zbrozek
Researchers solve long-standing puzzle about link between genetic mutations, mating behavior in fruit flies
The study’s results could eventually have applications in the pest-control industry and in public health, according to study first author Jonathan Massey, who did the work as part of his U-M EEB doctoral dissertation.
On U-M Gateway | Unexpected outcomes: damages to Puerto Rican coffee farms from Hurricane Maria varied widely
When Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico as a Category 4 storm in September 2017, Ivette Perfecto and John Vandermeer had certain expectations about the types and extent of damages the storm would inflict on the coffee industry, long a backbone of the island’s agricultural sector.
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