Posted in Academics & Research on October 22, 2014
A rubber duck eruption on the north quad demonstrates the principles of volcanic activity.
Posted in Academics & Research on July 30, 2013
Al Weik ’14 has spent his summer counting and studying shells to show the impact humans have had on the natural world.
Posted in Academics & Research on February 15, 2012
Six professors weigh in on how their disciplines deal with the ultimate affection.
Posted in On Campus on December 9, 2011
Paleontologist Donald Johanson talks with students and faculty about “Lucy,” a hominid skeleton about 3.2 million years old.
Posted in Academics & Research on September 29, 2011
Geoscience Professor Erik Klemetti’s popular “Eruptions” blog has found a glitzy new home at Wired.
Posted in Voices of Denison on August 29, 2011
A geosciences professor blogs about the rare quake that hit just days before Irene raced up the coast.
Posted in Academics & Research on July 18, 2011
Ever wonder how the moon got there? Here’s an idea that may soon come to the scientific forefront.
Posted in On Campus on July 13, 2011
What’s bigger than a breadbox, erudite, and looks like it might have been a prop from an episode of Lost?
Posted in Voices of Denison on March 11, 2011
Volcanoes are hot news these days. But when the media sensationalizes science, Erik Klemetti gets a little steamed.
Posted in Academics & Research on December 2, 2010
Visit Denison on iTunes U for podcasts and recent lectures by Erik Klemetti, Mary Tuominen, Robert Malcuit, and others.
Posted in Academics & Research on September 3, 2010
It was all about nucleotides, polymerases, and PR2 yesterday, as students showcased their summer research at the Science Scholars Research Symposium. Get yourself photoexcited by our Flickr slideshow!