Professors Collaborate on West Nile Virus Research
October 15, 2015
What drives the interaction, chemically and evolutionarily, between a particular species of mosquito and a particular species of bird? Professor of Biology Mary Garvin hypothesizes volatile chemicals in the secretion of birds’ feathers may be the cause of attraction. With help from Associate Professor of Chemistry Rebecca Whelan, Garvin and student researchers are now testing this hypothesis in her lab.
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A manuscript from Assistant Professor of Neuroscience Christopher Howard’s lab was published in the journal PLOS ONE.
Q&A with Chris Marx: Great Lakes Mathematical Physics Meeting
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For the first time in the program’s history, undergraduate students, including six from Oberlin, were able to participate in the annual meeting.
Writing Science Truth
April 25, 2017
Harnessing the momentum from the March for Science rallies held across the nation on April 22, faculty from the sciences and the Rhetoric and Composition Program hosted “Truth to Power: Writing...