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IRES: Summer Biology Research Program in Japan

The group will take part in the program from May 17 to July 23 researching Novel Genetic Elements Regulating Behavior of Medaka and Zebrafish

Gilman Grant recipients

Montclair State Students Earn Prestigious Study Abroad Scholarship

Both students hope to study in South Korea when travel restrictions are lifted

Alum take the lead during coronavirus pandemic

The NJ Academy of Science recognized COVID-19 heroes, two of them alumni, Dr. Tamara Beckford and Dr. Rory Ulloque.

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Marine Heatwaves Damage Ocean Forests

A new study reveals that intensifying marine heatwaves are driving the loss of kelp forests at their warm range edges on both sides of the North Atlantic.

Dr. Vanderklein featured on CBS2 News

Sacrificing 2,000 Trees To Thwart a Troublesome Beetle

Dr. Dirk Vanderklein provided insight regarding ash trees, and the invasive emerald ash borer beetle to CBS2 News as Montclair prepares to remove many of the trees.

Reconstruction of fish ancestries based on DNA, with and without placentas

Ladies’ choice: What drives faster, flashier formation of new animal species

Dr. Robert Meredith participates in research helping to answer questions revolving around sexual selection and evolutionary biology.

Paul Bologna with students visiting Rhode Island for jellyfish research

Cling and Sting: Tiny jellyfish a big hazard in South County ponds, river

Professor Paul Bologna, accompanied by two students, took a trip up to Rhode Island to collect samples and data of the invasive jellyfish now in the area.

Emma Akuffo

Emma Akuffo intends to make the world a healthier place

The biology and child advocacy and policy major has already started a non profit and is heading to Harvard to continue her education.

Domenica Mousa in Monmouth County Mosquito Control lab

Student awarded research scholarship from the New Jersey Mosquito Control Association

Domenica Mousa won the Jobbins Scholarship for her research with Assistant Professor Matthew Aardema.

Emilie Luttman interview

Fascination with birds leads to research opportunity at Montclair State

Emilie Luttman is spreading her wings as a graduate student at Montclair State University, contributing to the research of the endangered American kestrel, the smallest bird of prey.

Officials Issue Warning For Clinging Jellyfish In New Jersey

CBS features Dr. Paul Bologna, Director of the Marine Biology and Coastal Sciences Program, as the clinging jellyfish issue continues in NJ waters.

NJTV video featuring Biology professor passes 1 million views

Dr. Paul Bologna discusses the Portuguese Man-of-War in New Jersey in this news piece from 2015.