Molly Lutcavage, Environmental Conservation, was featured on National Geographic’s "Wicked Tuna." Department announcement

Alfred Crosby and doctoral candidate Daniel King, both Polymer Science and Engineering, and researchers including Duncan Irschick, Biology, describe in the current issue of Advanced Materials a new, more versatile version of their invention, Geckskin, that can adhere strongly to a wider range of surfaces, yet releases easily, like a gecko’s feet. News release

The permaculture efforts at UMass Amherst were profiled in a roundup of case studies describing how communities around the world are re-imagining how to live and eat to promote self-sufficiency. The Daily Meal

The research of Molly Lutcavage, Environmental Conservation, and the Large Pelagics Research Center, and her advisee, Kara Dodge, focusing on first-of-its-kind satellite tagging study of migrating New England leatherback turtles, was profiled in the Boston Globe. News release

The School of Computer Science, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, is the subject of a lengthy feature in the spring 2014 issue of UMass Amherst magazine.