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Research shows that blind individuals are still able to produce physiological responses to light, but how is this phenomenon possible? On Thurs., April 11, Dr. Michael Do answered this question by discussing his post-doctoral research at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and current research as a research associate at […]Read more ›
Throughout the month of February, students were treated to a scanning electron microscopy (SEM) workshop led by Marian Rice, director of the Science Center Microscopy Facility. Clapp Laboratory is home to many microscopes, including various light microscopes and a transmission electron microscope. The FEI Quanta 200 Scanning electron microscope—the target […]Read more ›
Rachel Foster ’13 chatted with Amy Camp, assistant professor of biological sciences, and Kathryn McMenimen ’03, assistant professor of chemistry. Both professors are relatively new to the Mount Holyoke biochemistry faculty. Camp, who joined the faculty in the fall of 2012, discussed the research that recently earned her a $1.5 […]Read more ›
Imagine a world capable of using DNA from 30,000 year old remains to clone a live Neanderthal, a now-extinct species whose exact evolutionary relationship to modern humans remains unclear. In his new book, Regenesis: How Synthetic Biology Will Reinvent Nature and Ourselves, Dr. George Church of Harvard Medical School discusses […]Read more ›
On Dec. 1, the Mount Holyoke Computer Science Club treated students to a virtual panel made possible by the video conference tool Google+ Hangouts. The panel, entitled “My Life in Tech,” brought together six Mount Holyoke alumnae to discuss their beginnings and journeys through the world of technology after graduation. […]Read more ›