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Wolves, Moose Struggling on Isle Royale

March 7, 2007
By Marcia Goodrich

Both populations plummet

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Online Bryology Book Gains Grateful Readership

January 24, 2007
By Marcia Goodrich

Over 10 years ago, Janice Glime began writing a text on the ecology of bryophytes, a group of diminutive plants that includes mosses.

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Michigan Tech Receives FEMA Grant

December 6, 2006
By Marcia Goodrich

To be used for hazard mitigation planning

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Michigan Tech Acquires Altarum Research Division

September 29, 2006
By Marcia Goodrich

The Environmental and Emerging Technologies Division of the Altarum Institute of Ann Arbor.

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Tree Genome Research Could Lead to Better Biofuel Production, Combat Global Warming

September 14, 2006
By Marcia Goodrich

Research featured on "Science" cover

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Michigan Tech Hosts Fastest-Growing Research Program in the State

August 15, 2006
By Marcia Goodrich

Up over 17 percent, says the National Science Foundation

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Roggemann Receives $9.75-Million Grant from Army

August 4, 2006
By Marcia Goodrich

Michael Roggemann, a professor of electrical and computer engineering, has received a $9.75-million grant from the Department of the Army.

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Wood to Wheels: Put a Tree in Your Tank

July 26, 2006
By Marcia Goodrich

An ethanol Enterprise fires up at Michigan Tech

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Tech to Turn Over Atmospheric Station to the Azores

June 16, 2006
By Marcia Goodrich

Richard Honrath's tiny mid-Atlantic observatory will soon change hands, a move that could enhance global atmospheric science for years to come.

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Bear Bones and Hormones?

May 2, 2006
By Marcia Goodrich

The key to reversing osteoporosis?

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