Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB)
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Three cheers to EEB graduate students Brianna Mims, Teresa Sauer and William Weaver who were selected for the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program for 2021- 2022.
EEB graduate student Giorgia Auteri is the recipient of the 2020 Donald W. Tinkle Scholarship from the University of Michigan’s Museum of Zoology. UMMZ’s most prestigious student award is a special recognition of research excellence.
Biodiversity protects bee communities from disease, U-M study concludes
A new analysis of thousands of native and nonnative Michigan bees shows that the most diverse bee communities have the lowest levels of three common viral pathogens.
University of Michigan researchers netted and trapped more than 4,000 bees from 60 species. The bees were collected at winter squash farms across Michigan, where both managed honeybee colonies and wild native bees pollinate the squash flowers.
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