The 2019 International Research Experience for Students through Michigan Tech allowed the third cohort of six students from across the U.S. to explore new ways of communicating their research while abroad in Singapore. The multidisciplinary cohort explored the interaction of viruses with nanoparticles, antibodies, and osmolytes while communicating aspects of their research and experiences abroad on Twitter and Instagram. The project was funded by NSF 1559445 and the generous support of the National University of Singapore. For more information about the project, visit http://iressingapore.mtu.edu.

IRES 2019: Interdisciplinary Student Research in Singapore

When the wolf population rebounds, what happens to the moose? Michigan Tech researchers have been studying the changing dynamics of the Isle Royale wolves and moose for 62 years.

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The Changing Dynamics of the Isle Royale Wolves and Moose

Monitoring and mitigating inbreeding in the Isle Royale wolves. Michigan Tech researchers use conservation wildlife genetics tools to help wildlife managers understand when to intervene to prevent a population crash.

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Wolf Genetics on Isle Royale National Park