Biology Archive

Stephanie Carr, Hartwick College – Microbes

Microbes are a rich area of study. Stephanie Carr, assistant professor of biology at Hartwick College,

Matthew Fuxjager, Wake Forest University – Roll Snap Golden Manakins

A small bird is pushing the limits of muscle performance. Matthew Fuxjager, assistant professor of biology

Karen Gaffney, Raritan Valley Community College – Race As A Social Construct

Is race a social construct? Karen Gaffney, professor in the English department at Raritan Valley Community

Irene Chiolo, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences – First Responders In The Body

On USC Dornsife Week: Who are the first responders for damaged cells in your body? Irene

Daniel Benjamin, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences – Genetics and Academic Achievement

On USC Dornsife Week: Do your genes decide the highest level of education you’ll receive? Daniel

Moh El-Naggar, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences – Microorganisms

On USC Dornsife Week: Not all big ideas are about big things. Moh El-Naggar, professor of

Dan Lloyd, Trinity College – Music As The Language of the Brain

On Trinity College Week: Does your brain speak in music? Dan Lloyd, professor of philosophy, discusses

Kyle Quinn, University of Arkansas – Chronic Skin Wounds

Wavelengths of light could help heal chronic wounds. Kyle Quinn, assistant professor in the department of

Gabriel Neal, Texas A&M University – Paper Cuts

Why do paper cuts hurt so much? Gabe Neal, clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M University,

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