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Pennsylvania native and lifetime outdoorsman Jonathan Hayes '21 is pouring his passion for wildlife into a plant genetics project with real-world impact.
When the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted summer plans for students, Bucknell stepped in with innovative internship solutions.
The new major, which launches this fall, equips students with the skills they need to break into some of the world's most cutting-edge careers.
Faculty and students to determine why bats have immune tolerance to coronavirus, research that could contribute to more effective human treatment.
Bucknell University Professor DeeAnn Reeder, biology, is an authority on infectious disease ecology, including the white-nose disease that has devastated North American bat populations.
Thanks to grants from the National Science Foundation, Robert Stockland, chemistry, and Kelly Bickel, mathematics, will be working closely with students to navigate uncharted territory in their respective fields.
Bucknell students take a hands-on approach to learning about genomes, equipping them to think critically about how biology affects every aspect of their lives.
Students explore the origins of COVID-19 and other pandemics, and how to prevent the "next big one."
The Barry Goldwater Scholarship & Excellence in Education Foundation awards sophomores and juniors who intend to pursue research careers in mathematics, natural sciences or engineering.
Bucknell professors size up the sustainability of environmental gains from pandemic’s physical distancing.
As a first-year STEM Scholar, April Hurlock '23 is discovering the potentially harmful and inadequately studied effects of third-hand cigarette smoke.
A recent study by Bucknell biology researchers shows that when it comes to stress, what doesn’t kill you may, in fact, make you stronger.
Kyle Fouke ’20, a geology major from Urbana, Ill., joined a team of researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on a 9,000-mile journey to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
Carly Masonheimer '21 is pursuing her passion for science with support from Bucknell research programs.
Bridget Fahey '93, director of the Division of Classification & Conservation at the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, was passionate about wildlife conservation from an early age, so when she came to Bucknell, majoring in biology was an easy choice.
Yili Wang '21 sees connections between the passions for music and mathematics that she's pursuing at Bucknell.
As consultants, Bucknell students in small teams apply the math they know — ranging from machine learning and network theory to operations research — to develop real solutions to real challenges out in the community.
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