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The University of Akron Field Station at Bath Nature Preserve is a living laboratory for the advancement of knowledge through ecological research, education, and stewardship of the natural world.
Biology Department News
Biomimicry professor receives prestigious NSF CAREER Award
Dr. Henry Astley, a faculty member of the Biomimicry Research & Innovation Center, will use his grant for a project that studies musculoskeletal biomechanics and control of limbless locomotion.
Stream + Wetlands supports outdoor education program at UA
The Board of Trustees of the Stream + Wetlands Foundation has made a three-year commitment to support the environmental education program at the University of Akron Field Station at Bath Nature Preserve.
Ready to leave 2020 behind? Here’s what UA experts predict for 2021
We are so ready to say goodbye to 2020. But what is ahead for us in the new year? We once again asked several University of Akron experts to share their predictions for 2021. As usual, they had a lot to say.
Breath of fresh air: UA Field Station offers in-person and virtual field experiences
In the midst of the pandemic, one of the best things you can do is get outside and take a breath of fresh air — or, at least, immerse yourself in the greenest wilds of cyberspace.
Society dedicated to the study of caves honors professor for a lifetime of achievement
Dr. Hazel Barton, professor of biology and director of the Integrated Bioscience Ph.D. program, was named the 2020 recipient of the National Speleological Society Science Award. Barton’s research is geared toward understanding microbially-driven processes in cave environments.