Journalists often seek out Dickinson professors for expert commentary and analysis on a range of important issues.
During his junior year, Alex Kasznel '15 crossed an ocean to present at a professional conference. That fall, he rose to the challenge again, putting his chemistry degree to work in an unexpected way.
See how Gavin Harter ’17 manages the balancing act between being a chemistry major, two-sport athlete and researcher.
Louise Hauer Greenberg ’54, trustee emerita, led a long career in research in neuropharmacology and gerontology. At the same time, she pursued her passion for music.
Jim Sharf '65 splits his time between many things, from a career in industrial psychology to sailing to historic preservation.
In new analytical chemistry class, students build their own lab instruments from scratch.
Student research project shows effectiveness of fruit peels in removing pollutants from water.
Math major and student-athlete Jaclyn Baum ’18 loves to zero in on the answer to a problem. Find out how "the little things" made her choose Dickinson.
Two students explain their research on potential treatments of neglected tropical diseases, which are transmitted by bug bites and affect citizens of developing nations.
After months of careful data-gathering and analysis, science student-researchers present their discoveries at the Science Student Research Symposium.
Four Dickinsonians earn prestigious National Science Foundation fellowships.
For Barbara Slusher ’86, P’16, Dickinson was the 'launching pad' to a fulfilling career in drug discovery.
Chad Mirkin ’86 honored once again for his pioneering work in nanotechnology.
A new Trout Gallery exhibition highlights a cross-disciplinary art-conservation project.
Is organic produce really healthier than supermarket veggies? What’s the best way to store produce? Which tea reigns supreme? First-year science students take food questions to the lab.
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