Biology

Our scientific expertise spans the realm of the biological sciences to drive advances in medicine and healthcare, biotechnology, education, and public policy. Our core research strengths include molecular microbiology; biochemical, developmental and cellular aspects of living systems; stem cell biology; mitochondrial genetics; healthy aging; neurobiology and behavior; and, the biomechanics of human movement.

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Biology Degree Programs

Students studying biology develop a broad understanding of the organization and processes of life, from molecules and cells through organs and organ systems to populations, species, ecosystems, and evolution.

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Dispatches from an Antarctic co-op: Science

In this update, Jake dives into the science he's conducting at Palmer Station.
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Biochemistry Major Claire Williams Awarded Microbiology Fellowship

Congratulations to Claire Williams, who has been awarded an Undergraduate Research Fellowship (URF) from the American Society of Microbiology!
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Dispatches from an Antarctic co-op: Midwinter Greetings

About Me My name is Jake Grondin. I’m a rising junior in the College of Science, majoring in Biology, with minors in Physics and Math. I am one of two…
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