How soil rebounds from disturbance

In this piece MA student Natalie Bray sums up a new peer reviewed MS which she found interesting. Take it away Natalie….   Soil is something that has been fascinating me for the last five years. From the animals that live in it to the gases that are...

Not how I wanted to spend spring break

It’s spring break and I’m ostensibly on vacation. This means I’m working, but I’m doing so while looking at the ocean and as a marine biologist that’s not a bad way to do things. While checking Twitter this morning I saw an article in the Journal of Proteomics raising...

Science (outside) the city: Natalie Bray

Natalie Bray is one of our first year MA students, she’s doing great work on plant ecophysiology and taking full advantage of a field station just an hour north of Columbia’s main campus. Exploring plant science with Black Rock Forest and Newburgh Free...

Science in the city – Ethnobotany edition!

Our MA students occasionally get the chance to serve as an teaching assistant for some of our classes. This year Amy Wray (@amykwray) is serving as one for our Ethnobotany class. I’ve had a blast hearing her stories, and I hope you enjoy her words: Science in...