Posted in On Campus on May 7, 2013
This summer, the Denison community will bid farewell to retiring President Dale Knobel and his wife, Tina, after 15 years of leadership.
Posted in Academics & Research on November 16, 2012
Rachel Laughlin ’14 combined biology and photography to create stunning images featuring scenes from under the microscope.
Posted in Academics & Research on May 9, 2012
Biology and computer science are like peanut butter and chocolate—two great academic fields that work well together.
Posted in Academics & Research on April 10, 2012
Newly tenured biology professor Lina Yoo has a passion for teaching immunology, and she takes pride in the pursuits of her students.
Posted in Beyond Campus on July 26, 2011
From the lab to the big screen, Dr. Barry Byrne ’78 is using viruses to treat a form of muscular dystrophy.
Posted in On Campus on July 22, 2011
We gathered up to talk about human roots this week, in advance of geneticist Spencer Wells’ visit to campus this fall.
Posted in Academics & Research on July 20, 2011
What keeps organic cells humming? Prof. Rinna Tehver was just awarded a grant to study molecular motors.
Posted in Academics & Research on July 8, 2011
Bio students travel to the Bahamas for hands-on (literally) research of the most endangered iguanas in the world.
Posted in Beyond Campus on June 10, 2011
Former Hilltopper Paul Bryson ’00 belted out the National Anthem to raise awareness about vocal health, and it’s pretty clear that this doctor follows his own medical advice.
Posted in Beyond Campus on January 13, 2011
This tasty TV science project is a cake walk for Holly Menninger ’00.
Posted in Academics & Research on January 10, 2011
Two students have been looking under the hood for ways to repair DNA damage.
Posted in Academics & Research on October 14, 2010
Biology majors Jennifer Clemmer ’11 and Eliza Miller ’11 go knee-deep into Denison’s ponds, looking for clues to understand the ecosystem’s delicate balance.
Posted in Beyond Campus on October 12, 2010
Students win a $10,000 prize and spend a month in China to help give a town new hope and resources for clean water.
Posted in On Campus on October 7, 2010
In the latest Spectrum Series installment, best-selling author Rebecca Skloot talks ethics and genetics.