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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
USDA looks to BGSU scientists to improve soil health, water quality Mar 17, 2022 1:18 PM BGSU scientists have received a USDA grant to study soil health and improved agricultural practices as part of collaborative statewide research into watersheds.
Mild winters, other factors contribute to uptick in ticks this year Jun 24, 2021 9:00 AM It is believed that mild winters lead to more tick activity, but Dr. Dan Pavuk, an insect biologist at BGSU, says that is only partially true.
Military students, veterans find success in the classroom at BGSU May 7, 2021 10:53 AM Five military and veteran students obtain bachelor’s degrees this spring from BGSU while the Office of Nontraditional and Military Student Services is there to help guide them.
Abbott's coronavirus test includes work by BGSU alumna Apr 15, 2021 3:42 PM BGSU alumna Tao Xin '94 won Abbott's Researcher of the Year award for her contribution to coronavirus rapid test production.
BGSU nationally recognized for supporting first-generation students Mar 1, 2021 11:15 AM The National Association of Student Affairs Professionals identified BGSU for its commitment to supporting and improving outcomes for first-generation students.
Updated: 11/16/2021 06:23PM