Faculty to join renowned physicist Kip Thorne to discuss the science of ‘Interstellar’
Screenings of film and panel discussion on the science behind it planned for March 29
UMassD's School for Marine Science & Technology hosts annual research symposium
The Intercampus Marine Science Research Symposium celebrates cutting-edge research being conducted by students and faculty from all five UMass campuses.
Going local wins in party politics according to new book by UMass Dartmouth professors
‘Local Party Organizations in the Twenty-First Century’ examines critically important role of local political parties in American politics
Q&A on Facebook reactions
Charlton College of Business Marketing Professor Dr. Nora Barnes offers her reaction to the social media network going beyond the ‘like’
Mathematicians under the sea: Studying echolocation skills of dolphins could unlock advances in sonar technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor John R. Buck and students collaborate with Saint Mary’s College (Notre Dame) and University of Hawaii researchers to better understand ‘sonar secret’ of bottlenose dolphins
Q&A on presidential politics post Iowa and New Hampshire
Associate Professor of Political Science Doug Roscoe discusses Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary aftermath.
Faculty reaction to passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
Law and Political Science faculty offer their reaction to the passing of Justice Scalia
Q&A on the discovery of gravitational waves
Physics professors Robert Fisher and Gaurav Khanna offer their reaction to this discovery being heralded as opening a new window to our universe.
Supercomputing offers peek inside a rotating black hole
Researchers at UMass Dartmouth, Georgia Gwinnett College, and University of Maryland develop first-ever computer simulation of the interior of a rotating black hole
SMAST scientists improving cod counting technology
Initial tests of new video system show promise in effort to assist policy-makers and regulators in making science-based decisions