Research View Archive

Summer 2014

Cleaner and GreenerThe University's most successful spinoff company lands $26 million investment.
Quick LooksUM science and scholarship highlights
Defender of DreamsNew therapy may help traumatized children conquer nightmares.
Taking a Load OffResearcher’s unweighting device gives patients a new, lighter road to recovery.

Spring 2014

A New Kind of Institute: The Montana Institute on Ecosystems studies large landscapes in Big Sky Country
Got Snow?: UM studies accuracy of measuring instruments
Beetle With Benefits: Fungi help bark beetles thrive and massively change forest landscapes
Clark Fork Collaboration: UM group works to inject science into river restoration efforts
Connecting Campuses: Graduate student group works to promote interdisciplinary research

Summer 2013

The Air We Breath: UM researcher finds young brains harmed by urban air pollution
Quick Looks: UM science and scholarship highlights
There's An App for That: Researchers develop modern tool to measure heat stress in humans
Warring With Words: Religion scholar chases text destruction in the ancient world

Spring 2013

Probing for Poisons: Is it a common cold or pesticide exposure?
Quick Looks: UM science and scholarship highlights
Yellowstone's Prehistoric Bear Hunters: UM archeology reveals lives of ancient park visitors
Caring for Cutthroat: Student's research helps managers protect struggling trout species

Summer 2012 

Algae Biomass Bonanza: New green technology discovery may boost economic growth
Blending Physics With Art: From human-powered vehicles to biological nanostructures, Layton brings new energy to COT
A Scientific Marriage: Dynamic duo brings life-saving, forest-preserving research projects to UM
The People Time Forgot: UM professor reveals history of Missoula's WWII detention center

Winter 2012

Gone Green: UM research launches environmentally friendly chemical company
Business Booster: MonTEC celebrates decade of incubating new companies
Ice Hacker: Researcher works to improve models of glacier movement
Prayer Power: Historian researches unique aspect of civil rights movement

Spring 2011

Wild Prairie Dancers: Major land-use initiative protects sage grouse
Mapping Waterways: River Analyzer software may launch business
Chemical Cleansing: UM technology launches Far East factories that pull metal from polluted streams
Submerged Science: Study reveals fundamental changes to Flathead Lake food web

Summer 2010

Idea Guy: New director works to commercialize campus research
Making New Species: Researcher studies evolution using mice, apes and Neanderthals
Global Competence: UM training an antidote to cultural myopia
Cell's Eye View: Research surveys offenders locked in a DUI world
Individualized Medicine: UM research aims to improve tribal health

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