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On the move: $5.2 million funds four microbiologists' research from Acton Lake to Antarctica
A group of four microbiology researchers are working on five projects funded by more than $5.2 million in grants from three national agencies. Study sites range from nearby Acton Lake to Antarctica. 
Antarctic algae, alternative photosynthesis and art
NSF and DOE grants support Rachael Morgan-Kiss' continued research in the South Pole
Microbes, QAs, methane: Top to bottom
Recent grants support D.J. Ferguson's and Xin Wang's research on the hidden life of microbes.
Microbial "neighbors" improve ammonia removal in wastewater
Recent NSF grant supports Annette Bollmann's research on improving ammonia removal in wastewater by ammonia oxidizing bacteria.
Engineering microbes
Xin Wang, assistant professor of microbiology, creates microbes for applications in energy production, medicine and environmental protection.
After an overdose: Miami researchers study opioid overdose effects on the brain in ongoing drug crisis
More than 130 people per day die from an opioid overdose, according to the Centers for Disease Control. At the current rate, you’re at greater risk of dying from an opioid overdose than you are from dying in a car accident.
Are mobile mental health apps helpful or harmful? Miami team reveals new research, privacy concerns
As more consumers turn to mobile apps for healthcare support, researchers at Miami University are studying whether the tools are helping or hurting patients.
Feb. 4 UPAC networking and learning event is guided tour of art museum
The Unclassified Personnel Advisory Committee (UPAC) will hold a networking and learning session at the Miami University Art Museum (MUAM) at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 4.