Monthly Archive:: December 2018

Darcey Powell, Roanoke College – Prenatal Expectations

On Roanoke College Week: Soon-to-be parents’ expectations are usually out of touch with reality. Darcey Powell,

Brooks Crozier, Roanoke College – Tracking Bacteria in Water Sources

On Roanoke College Week: Microorganisms can cause big problems in a water source. Brooks Crozier, professor

Steven Hughes, Roanoke College – Improving LED Technology

On Roanoke College Week: LED bulbs reduce energy consumption; but can they get better? Steven Hughes,

Lindsey Osterman, Roanoke College – Perceptions of Actors after #MeToo

On Roanoke College Week: In the wake of the MeToo movement, many have had to rethink

Chris Lassiter, Roanoke College – Estrogen

On Roanoke College Week: How do our organs end up in the right places? Chris Lassiter,

Roanoke College Week on The Academic Minute (2018.12.17)

Roanoke College Week on The Academic Minute 2018.12.17 Monday, December 17th Chris Lassiter discusses how estrogen

The Academic Minute for 2018.12.10-12.14

  Academic Minute from 12.10 – 12.14 Monday, December 10th Mark West – University of North

Ekin Atilla-Gokcumen, University at Buffalo – Cellular Senescence

Have we found one of the genes responsible for aging? Ekin Atilla-Gokcumen, assistant professor of chemistry

Douglas Fudge, Chapman University – Hagfish

Dealing with predators is a fact of life for most species. Douglas Fudge, associate professor of

Emily Bernate, St. Edwards University – Politeness in U.S. Spanish

Emily Bernate, assistant professor of Spanish at St. Edward’s University, looks at softening our requests to sounds