science

FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE

Public science lecture series celebrates 50th anniversary.


EXPANDING SCIENCE’S REACH

New grants help biology professor show people that science is for everyone.


MUSIC AS MEDICINE

Juan Diego High School junior Karl Schriewer’s love for music and science converged with the U’s ALSAM Foundation-sponsored summer science internship, where he focused his research on using music streaming services as medical treatments.


THE MYSTERIES OF SCIENCE

The Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science workshop comes to the U.


ECOLOGY ON THE RUNWAY

Science and fashion meet to teach researchers how to connect with the public.


NEXT GEN HEALERS

A unique internship guides Native American undergrads from around the country toward science and medicine.


TURN YOUR KEY, BE IDLE FREE

A group of U students take air quality matters into their own hands by launching an idle-free campus initiative.


LIVE FAST, DIE YOUNG

A team of international paleontologists, including Adam Huttenlocker at the U, determine how some mammal relatives survived the Permo-Triassic Mass Extinction.


Student Life

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