Seagrass Bioremediation — Exciting New Publication in Science Journal

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Hot off the press, ‘Seagrass ecosystems reduce exposure to bacterial pathogens of humans, fishes, and invertebrates’ makes the front cover of Science 17 Feb 2017. Joleah Lamb, our post-doctoral affiliate, along with her team found that coastal seagrasses reduce bacteria that are pathogenic to humans, fish, and invertebrates. This exciting study has been covered by The New York Times, BBC, and the Quirks & Quarks podcast, among others!

Scientific American Features CU’s Blaschka Glass and Our Fragile Oceans

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Scientific American posted an article about the Blaschka glass’ metaphor for our fragile oceans.

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Drew’s research has focused on inducible and chemical defenses, invertebrate ecology, and disease ecology in changing times – OA is not her primary area of research. That credit goes to a number of incredible researchers such as Nina Bednarsek and Alex Gagnon (among many others)!