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In a year that tested nearly every facet of U.S. infrastructure, Bucknell’s backyard served as a compelling case study for economics research exploring the revitalization of rural America post-pandemic.
The research will focus on chemical signal evolution in fireflies.
Professor Douglas Collins' vast indoor air chemistry research seeks to isolate and analyze the abundant reactions between common household chemicals and home surfaces.
The $391,000 grant purchased equipment that will benefit advanced research at all Susquehanna Valley institutions.
Awarded to only 25 U.S. applicants annually, the scholarship will provide William Snyder '21 full funding to pursue a Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge.
Professors DeeAnn Reeder and Ken Field to study bats in Uganda to understand deadly disease spillovers to humans.
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.
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences study shows vaccinating the oldest population first saves more lives and more potential years of life.
With tenacious research skills, natural curiosity and tireless compassion, Gissell Botero Rodriguez '19 helps develop the best treatment plan for cancer patients with the most complicated cases.
Entwining her passions for environmental studies and theatre, Bethany Fitch '23 is sparking community conversations about climate change through a storytelling project on the ferocity of floods.
By revitalizing deforested agricultural streams in Bucknell’s backyard, biology students hope to improve water health in the Susquehanna River Valley and beyond.
Mikayla Horvath '23 chose Bucknell, earned a Presidential Fellowship and began working with Professor Hasan Arslan, chemistry, before she even moved into her first-year residence hall.
Presidential Fellow Emily Scholfield '22 is fusing critical thought and science to help others enhance their scientific literacy, at Bucknell and beyond.
Is sand a solid, liquid or gas? It's complicated. Ella Carlander '22, a physics major from Austin, Texas, is part of the team trying to chip away at the mysteries of granular media.
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.
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.
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