Monthly Archives: April 2015

EcoAnalysts to attend Sediment Meeting in Seattle

Mike Glennon and Gary Lester will be attending the Sediment Management Annual Review Meeting (SMARM) in Seattle on May 6. SMARM is a joint meeting of the Dredged Material Management Program (DMMP) and the Washington Department of Ecology’s Sediment Management Standards (SMS) program. The meeting is open to the public and all interested people are invited … Continue reading EcoAnalysts to attend Sediment Meeting in Seattle

Scientists discover algae virus that affects human cognitive ability

Researchers from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Nebraska joined a collaborative study on a virus that is commonly found in algae. According to Medical Daily, the scientists didn't originally begin their study with the goal of testing the chlorovirus ATCV-1. However, over the course of the study, the researchers noticed a "groundbreaking pattern" … Continue reading Scientists discover algae virus that affects human cognitive ability

Scientists discover algae virus that affects human cognitive ability

Researchers from Johns Hopkins University and the University of Nebraska joined a collaborative study on a virus that is commonly found in algae. According to Medical Daily, the scientists didn’t originally begin their study with the goal of testing the chlorovirus ATCV-1. However, over the course of the study, the researchers noticed a “groundbreaking pattern” … Continue reading Scientists discover algae virus that affects human cognitive ability