Matthew Nelsen, PhD’14, explores the mysteries of fungi.
How a lawyer-turned-scientist-turned-entrepreneur helped establish Afghanistan’s first national park.
Microbiologist Maurice Hilleman, PhD’44, and his feathered friends.
How Margaret Gardel accidentally became a biophysicist.
D. Allan Drummond resurrects trilobites using modern and ancient techniques.
Computational biologist John Novembre uses statistics to understand human genetic history.
PSD facilities keep up with an ever-progressing scientific landscape.
Spring quarter, like any other, offered an encyclopedia of public talks on campus, illuminating topics art historical, zoological, and most everything in between. At 11 of those talks, the Magazine staff were there. Here’s what we learned.
Neil Shubin's new book traces the molecular connection between humanity and the cosmos.