The research by Bucknell professors, in many cases, involved key contributions from undergraduate students.
Researcher studies bat hibernation for clues to white-nose syndrome Tucked in a basement laboratory at Bucknell, a colony of little brown bats is getting ready to hibernate, and researchers are taking note as part of a several multi-state research projects to learn more about white-nose syndrome, a mysterious condition that is killing bats throughout the northeastern United States.
Professor honored for 'distinguished contributions' Biology Professor Warren Abrahamson was recognized as an American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow for his extensive research in this area as well as his work to promote prescribed burns in Central Florida to control wildfires and to preserve fragile land in Central Pennsylvania.
Engineering students partner with Geisinger Graduating seniors have been working with Geisinger cardiologist Dr. Kim Skelding to find a solution to a catheter bubble problem and for their senior design project the team developed a device to divert fluid and filter out air before it reaches the catheter, greatly reducing the likelihood that air bubbles will enter the body.
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