Olivia Harper Wilkins '15 discusses her current research as a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow at Caltech, where she studies astrochemistry.
Renowned biological and materials engineer Angela Belcher will present the annual Joseph Priestley Award Celebration Lecture at Dickinson.
Ruth Cardell Kaufman ’43 has led a fulfilling life as a scientist, wife and mother, and this year she traveled back to campus to celebrate the 75th anniversary of her class during Alumni Weekend.
Can avocados and other fruits hold the key to a clean drinking solution? Professor of Chemistry Cindy Samet '82 shows us how versatile and useful fruit peels are when it comes to polluted water.
In response to a national public health crisis, Wade Berrettini ’73 presented research to Congress on the neuroscience behind opioid addiction.
Eryn Nelson '19 has had plenty of experience in the labs at Dickinson, but now she's getting a firsthand look into how a pharmaceutical giant like Merck operates.
Looking back on his summer as an intern with the Virginia Department of Forensic Science, Richard Barron '19 feels well prepared for what's to come during his senior year at Dickinson and beyond.
Chad Mirkin '86, a leading figure in nanotechnology and recent recipient of the prestigious Dan David Prize in the Future Time Dimension, discusses his career and how Dickinson shaped it.
Eryn Nelson ’19 discusses the D-III athletics experience, her research on glucosiolates (natural compounds found in vegetables), her upcoming internship and her pursuit of a pharmacology career.
We head to Chicago and the campus of Northwestern University for a conversation with renowned chemist, nanotechnology pioneer and Dickinson alumnus Chad Mirkin ’86.
Chemistry students master chemical-measurement techniques by testing money for traces of illicit substances.
Graduating senior will serve as Peace Corps health extension volunteer.
Graduating senior accepted to graduate school at University of Pennsylvania.
For Ph.D. candidates Rizwan Saffie ’14 and Myungsun Shin ’14, Dickinson was the perfect launch pad for advanced scientific research.
Journalists often seek out Dickinson professors for expert commentary and analysis on a range of important issues.
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