Innumerable life processes depend on the chemical reactions that occur within buds in response to light and heat. We too are influenced by the changes in our forest, shifting ratios of red and blue light, the onset of warm days.
Hubbard Brook Research Ecologist Dr. Lindsey Rustad is featured in an outdoor exhibit at the Smithsonian during the month of March. A statue of Rustad is among 120 statues of women in STEM fields on display during Women’s History Month as part of the IF/THEN initiative of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and Lyda Hill Philanthropies. It is the largest collection of statues of women in the world.
The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation is now accepting applications for the Young Voices of Science Program for the 2022 spring semester. The program is designed to provide participants with a launch pad for public engagement, early in their scientific careers.
The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation, with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) program has openings for four students in the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program during the summer of 2022. Applications are due 2/25/2022.
On Tuesday, October 19, 2021, the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation (HBRF) co-hosted The Road to COP26, a live, virtual community conference about the global climate movement and the COP26 meeting in Glasgow, Scotland, this November 1-12.
The Hubbard Brook Research Foundation is now accepting applications for the Young Voices of Science Program for the 2021 fall semester. The program is designed to prepare and empower science scholars to share their knowledge, concerns, and hopes for the future and provide a launch pad for public engagement.