Students gain experience in URI study fellowships

EMILY FIELD, left, a URI Coastal Fellow for two years in a row, and graduate student Nicole Rohr put buckets in the water at the Bay Campus for an experiment. /
EMILY FIELD, left, a URI Coastal Fellow for two years in a row, and graduate student Nicole Rohr put buckets in the water at the Bay Campus for an experiment. /
They may not sound like the sexiest research topics, but it turns out that studying algae, deer ticks and E. coli in mouse intestines are…

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