EPSCoR seed grants awarded for environmental research

January 7, 2010 under CANR News

The Delaware EPSCoR office has awarded three seed grants to investigators whose projects address environmental challenges in Delaware.  CANR faculty members among researchers awarded. 

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Phragmites partners with microbes to plot native plants’ demise

January 4, 2010 under CANR News

UD researchers led by Harsh Bais, assistant professor of plant and soil sciences, have uncovered a novel means of conquest employed by the common reed, Phragmites australis, which ranks as one of the world’s most invasive plants.  Visit UDaily for the full story.

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Judy Hough-Goldstein honored by Delaware Invasive Species Council

December 9, 2009 under CANR News
Judy Hough-Goldstein, professor of entomology and wildlife ecology

Judy Hough-Goldstein, professor of entomology and wildlife ecology, honored by Delaware Invasive Species Council

At the annual meeting of the Delaware Invasive Species Council on Nov. 23, Judy Hough-Goldstein, professor of entomology and wildlife ecology at the University of Delaware, was presented with the organization’s first ever research award.  Read the full story on UDaily.

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