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Professor seeks connection between temperature and mosquito-borne virus transmission UNM Biology and Mathematics Professor Helen Wearing is conducting research pertaining to the effects temperature has on the spread of two mosquito-borne viruses that affect humans – Zika and Chikungunya.The grant, in conjunction with Dr. Rebecca Christofferson from Louisiana State University, is for $116,394 and awarded by […]
Research should show effects of tree mortality on drier ecosystemsUNM Biology Professor Marcy Litvak is researching tree mortality and the effect it has on other living trees in semi-arid ecosystems. Litvak is working on an extended grant of $39,635 from the University of Arizona until Sept. 30.“It advances our understanding of the links between tree […]
Pottery research should reveal the unity of the Gallina peopleUNM doctoral student Jacqueline Kocer is studying pottery from the Gallina, a group of people native to New Mexico for her dissertation research. Kocer is working on a two-year NSF grant from the National Science Foundation. The grant is estimated to be for $29,742, starting May […]