In three weeks, there are just over 500 hours. The students in the Marine Biological Laboratory’s September intensive courses tried to use them all.
Michael Wing, AB’85, on his career guide for “the PhD barista.”
James DuCanto, AB’88, on his “rock-star protection program” (aka saving people from choking on their own vomit).
Associate professor Charles Smart summits the Abelian sandpile.
Whether finding neutrinos, improving solar energy storage, or programming quantum computers, the Physical Sciences Division’s Eckhardt Scholars collaborate, create, and communicate.
Researchers follow a trail of cosmic “crumbs,” fight the flu, and probe the effects of universal basic income.
A new model reveals forgotten influencers and “sleeping beauties” of science
A study of lunar rocks sheds new light on the origins of the Earth and its moon.
Questions for geologist Susan Kidwell on her work in the emerging discipline of conservation paleobiology, teaching students out in the field, and what artists and scientists share.
Since 1928, families have documented childhood landmarks in a book rich with history.
Reatha Clark King, SM’60, PhD’63, was one of the less hidden figures in the space race.
D. Allan Drummond resurrects trilobites using modern and ancient techniques.