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Professor Rajesh Kumar is helping students uncover and understand the potential biases of biometrics.
The Bucknell biology professor co-authors the comprehensive review of previous scholarly literature, which was published today in ‘Biology Letters.’
Brianna Bolorin '24 is gaining valuable hands-on lab experience while conducting research that has the potential to advance biomedical therapies.
Chemistry Club students organized this year’s Oct. 24 show, which will feature fire-breathing pumpkins, foamy explosions and more spooky science.
More than 250 Bucknell students are spending their summer conducting experiments, delving into archives and exploring creative questions to make meaningful discoveries.
The noted bat researcher will present in the June 26 webinar on zoonotic spillover from bats to humans and ecological countermeasures that can stop it.
Professor Jackie Villadsen is a co-author in a breakthrough Nature paper documenting the first images of a radiation belt observed outside of our solar system and the first from a brown dwarf.
Eight Bucknellians have been awarded two of the most prestigious fellowships and scholarships in higher education: National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships and Barry Goldwater Scholarships.
Professor Mark Haussmann’s biology lab conducted the study, which was published last week in Scientific Reports - Nature.
Professor Jackie Villadsen is co-author of the first paper to document bursts of radio waves from a star known to host a close-in planet, suggesting the planet may have an Earth-like magnetic field.
Professor Jackie Villadsen, physics & astronomy, is helping to answer one of science’s burning questions: Are there Earth-like planets in far-off solar systems?
Bucknell professors, students head the research team that publishes a new study on the female-produced pheromone in winter fireflies in the ‘Journal of Chemical Ecology.’
Biology, mathematics students, faculty publish study in Infection and Immunity journal on the impact of chronic infection on resistance and tolerance in fruit flies.
An NSF grant opened the door for computational exploration and a big discovery.
The botanists publish a new species description, naming the Australian bush tomato plant Solanum scalarium.
The Bucknell study is the first to examine the effect of bacterial pathogens on fireflies and may help address their declining population trend.
At Spotify, Brian Pei ’13 melds his affinity for data with his love of music.
Organizers will host their first in-person event since 2019 with kids’ activity tables at 5:30 p.m. and the show at McDonnell amphitheater at 7.
Professor Douglas Collins' vast indoor air chemistry research seeks to isolate and analyze the abundant reactions between common household chemicals and home surfaces.
Geology and biology double-major Jordan Isaacs '23 is using advanced techniques and technology to see what lies beneath the earth's surface — without digging up any dirt.
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