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At the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s research station in Geneva, N.Y., Kayla Aulet ’19 and Kenisha Ross ’19 are investigating the health properties of a summer staple: the cherry. Anthocyanins…

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In July, HWS chemistry faculty and students joined their counterparts from Hamilton College and Colgate University at the annual Summer Organic Research Symposium (SmORS). Accompanied by Professor of Chemistry Erin…

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Walter Bowyer, the Philip J. Moorad ’28 and Margaret N. Moorad Professor in the Sciences, has taught in the HWS chemistry department faculty since 1988. During that time he has…

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Working closely with the HWS science faculty, fellow alums and supporters of the Colleges’ programs in science, Dr. Edward Tapper ’64 is making dreams and opportunities for student research in…

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Kevin Stein ’88 has been named president, chief executive officer and director of TransDigm Group Incorporated, a global designer and manufacturer of highly engineered aerospace components for commercial and military applications. …

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Alvin Randall ’19 holds up his assay to test potential anti-cancer agents on MCF-7 breast cancer cells in Rosenberg Hall.

Under the direction of Associate Professor of Biology Patricia Mowery, Alvin Randall ’19 has been developing protocol modifications for assessing cell metabolic activity within breast cancer cells. Randall’s work is…

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The American Chemical Society (ACS) welcomed Associate Professor of Chemistry Justin Miller, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Kristin Slade, Assistant Professor Elana Stennett and six HWS students to present their research…

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During the American Chemical Association’s annual conference in New Orleans, Associate Professor of Chemistry Justin Miller hosted the Creole Cooking competition— where student teams went head-to head Food Network-style in…

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Lady of Sherwood, the first young adult novel by Molly Bilinski ’13, is the initial book of a planned series (Outlaws of Sherwood) that reimagines the legend of Robin Hood,…

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Richard J. Saykally, professor of chemistry at University of California Berkeley and a leading expert responsible for pivotal advances in spectroscopy, will discuss the molecular complexities of water on Thursday,…

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