Biology professor Brad Oberle and New College student Angela McTigue measure carbon absorption using tea bags.

Community carbon cycle project leads to student thesis work

January 7, 2019

A New College student is replicating a worldwide research project on nearby Tidy Island.

Assistant Professor Brad Oberle, right, and his students bury tea bags at Robinson Preserve as part of a study on the decay rate of plant material.

Tea time: Novel research could help understanding of climate change

October 1, 2018

New College biology students are participating in a worldwide research project that could eventually help…

New College Awarded $294,198 Grant from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

April 17, 2018

Scientists at New College of Florida have received a $294,198 grant from the U.S. Environmental…