Entries tagged with ‘Biology’
What's it like for a Gustavus student to study away in Seville, Spain? Watch the video to find out!
This summer, a trio of students are getting their hands dirty while studying how changing agricultural practices might improve water quality in the Minnesota River basin.
The corpse flower at Gustavus began to open Thursday and is expected to bloom overnight. The public is welcome to visit and experience the unique smell of the corpse flower on Friday, June 3, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and again on Saturday, June 4, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A California-based research group led by Reginald Penner ’83 has made an important discovery in nanowire technology that could revolutionize our battery-powered devices.
A team of Gustavus Adolphus College math and science majors placed higher than any other liberal arts college in the nation in a recent international math competition.
Gustavus senior Griffin Reed has been named the 2016 winner of the Glenn T. Seaborg Science Award by the Swedish Council of America. The award will allow him to travel to Sweden in December for the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony.
Three recent alumnae were named winners of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships (GRF), which strive to foster and promote excellence in U.S. science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Another Gustie received an honorable mention for the fellowship.
When Ray Sajulga started doing on-campus research during November of his first year, he had no idea that he would be able to combine his love of science and computers both inside and outside the lab.
Gustavus senior Matt Broschard recently spent the month of January as a research observer in Vanderbilt University's Computational Memory Lab.
Determined. Team Player. Motivated. As a student-athlete in his senior year, Jacob Stern encompasses all of these qualities and more. By balancing academics with athletics, he's preparing for the next step towards medical school.