Chemistry major Matt Loalbo '20 gains research experience and explores the pharmaceutical industry as a medicine design intern at Pfizer Research and Development.
Chemistry major Eric Palermo '20 is putting his education into action, researching how to build better broccoli and more sustainable PVC and working in an analytical chemistry lab in Carlisle.
From double majoring in chemistry and French to competing on the swim team and conducting genetic research into leukemia, Demetria Ruhl ’20 has found room to pursue all of her interests at Dickinson.
Symposium offers class of 2019 science majors the rare chance to meet with Nobel laureates.
“Dickinson is one of few places a chemist and an artist can meet in a history class and have it not be strange at all,” says Erik Calvo Fielding ’19, who values the college's close-knit community.
Graduating seniors are accepted into graduate programs at Georgetown, Columbia, University of South Carolina and other institutions.
The Quantitative Reasoning Center helps students navigate mathematical concepts.
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.
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