Let’s start with some honesty. I majored in history in college and learned many facts, dates and bits of information. I’d be lying if I… Read More »Heads I Win, Tails You Lose: Waterborne Disease and Climate Change
What’s in the Water? Baltimore City’s Recent Water Contamination Highlights Need for Real Investment for the Future
On Sept. 28, the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) announced that they found during routine testing low levels of the parasite Cryptosporidium in… Read More »What’s in the Water? Baltimore City’s Recent Water Contamination Highlights Need for Real Investment for the Future
As the news continued to be consumed by the devastating wildfires that raged in Hawaii, another recent study makes this ecological catastrophe even grimmer. In… Read More »Air Pollution from Wildfires, Farms May Increase Dementia Risk
Building density and the use of materials such as concrete and pavement make urban areas, including Baltimore City, extremely harsh environments for wildlife. The use… Read More »Small Residential Gardens Can Curb Consequences of Baltimore’s Urban Landscape
Ph.D. candidate Emma Spikol calls for greater appreciation of a local aquatic hero whose awesome powers are too often overlooked.
Ph.D. student Emma Spikol examines the role of biomedical research in the worrisome plastic waste problem and considers innovative solutions.
As a graduate student with little money and no television, I spend much of my free time walking along the waterfront. One of my favorite… Read More »A Homegrown Solution to a Homegrown Problem