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BGSU researchers receive NOAA grant for aquaponics
Dr. Kevin Neves, an assistant teaching professor in biological sciences, always has been interested in sustainable aquaculture, or fish farming. When he came to BGSU, the department wanted him to start a hands-on project for students. He continued to use his expertise in aquaculture to start an aquaponics system at the University.Read More
Class of 2020 Success Story: Savanna Brown is buggy about insects
Savanna Brown didn’t flinch when the pet cockroach perched on her arm gave birth to a squirming mass of baby insects as she talked to a group of middle school students attending Women in STEM Day at Bowling Green State University.Read More
Turning the tide Sep 30, 2022 8:42 AM Bowling Green State University research in Lake Erie and Lake Victoria aims to improve water quality of the freshwater lakes by adding to the knowledge of what makes algal blooms toxic.
Deadly infections: BGSU professor leads research efforts in the fight against antibiotic-resistant pathogens Sep 7, 2022 10:04 AM BGSU associate professor Dr. Hans Wildschutte is leading research on the discovery of new antibiotics and alternative treatments in the fight against multi-drug resistant pathogens, which are projected to cause 10 million deaths a year worldwide by 2050 without intervention.
BGSU scientist picked for prestigious U.S. Fulbright Scholar fellowship Jul 28, 2022 12:59 PM Dr. Vipa Phuntumart, an associate professor of biological sciences, is studying use of biocontrol agents and conducting research that could positively affect Ohio soybeans.
BGSU students ‘driving the work’ on water-quality research trip to Kenya Jun 22, 2022 9:00 AM Two current students and one 2022 graduate are traveling to Africa as part of a BGSU-led research trip to study toxic algal blooms on Lake Victoria.
Can Lake Victoria help predict Lake Erie’s toxic algal blooms? BGSU researchers leading trip to Kenya to find out Jun 6, 2022 2:43 PM As part of its continued research into toxic cyanobacteria, BGSU is leading the charge on a comparative study to find universal rules for algal blooms.
Updated: 11/16/2021 06:23PM