Scientists have published a series of articles aimed at addressing concerns about diversity, equity, and inclusion
More sensitive than a dog's nose and the sensors don't get tired
Researchers reveal that given the right food in the right laboratory conditions, microbes collected from sediment as old as 100 million years can revive and multiply
Alcohol abuse is among the leading causes of preventable death in the United States, killing more than 88,000 people a year
An expedition in August/September seeks to increase our understanding about the changing Arctic frontier
Students and professor harvest 17 new and experimental varieties of pumpkins
Graduate Science Writing Center to be created
Local authorities turned to scientists after being unable to determine the cause of a blast at Salty Brine State Beach in Narragansett
Ocean researchers like to say we know less about the Earth’s seas than the moon. With less than 5 percent of the world’s oceans explored, big discoveries await. To find them, University of Rhode Island students are learning to build the next generation of autonomous underwater vehicles, or AUVs, used to map seafloors, study ocean movement, locate sunken objects, research sea life and more.
Barbara Silver says that research has repeatedly shown that flexible work schedules and employer support for work/life issues results in improvements in employee productivity, job satisfaction and job retention and decreases in absenteeism. It also benefits employee physical and mental health.