Phillip Welch, a UM grad and Bee Alert Technology Inc. senior laboratory analyst, is part of a University team that found a major new suspect for Colony Collapse Disorder among honeybees. (Photo by Todd Goodrich)
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Message from the Vice President
Campus research generates positive headlines for UM.
UM science highlights from the past year
Mysterious Missing Bees
Researchers find major new suspect for Colony Collapse Disorder.
Downturn in plant production suggests drying world.
Into the Ice
Scientists discover hidden glacial crevasses.
Undergraduate helps study Greenland glaciers.
Beetles take massive toll on the West’s signature high-elevation trees.
Osprey research reveals river pollution.
Scientists study how streams work with floodplains to cleanse themselves.
Translating Hard Science
J-school educates next generation of environmental journalists.
Flip Through Vision 2010