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Serendipitous Science: Talkin’ Terrapins with Professor Randy Chambers

Serendipitous Science: Talkin’ Terrapins with Professor Randy Chambers

Posted On: March 01, 2016

Wetlands bog man. Lake Matoaka arsonist. Dr. Pepper enthusiast. Dr. Randy Chambers has acquired several identities throughout his [...]

Alma matter’s favorite things

Alma matter’s favorite things

Posted On: September 09, 2015

Welcome back to school, Tribe! I can’t tell you how great it is to see people roaming campus [...]

An electric car charger remains unfeasible on campus

An electric car charger remains unfeasible on campus

Posted On: May 25, 2015

Curious to see if having an electric vehicle charging station on our campus at the College of William [...]

Exploring graphene’s nearly endless uses

Exploring graphene’s nearly endless uses

Posted On: April 23, 2015

Graphene seems like an impossibly advanced material, yet it is already at most of our fingertips — literally. [...]

SEMERU lab beefs up bug detection for software

SEMERU lab beefs up bug detection for software

Posted On: April 03, 2015

Right now, software companies spend about 80 percent of their resources on maintenance rather than development, and Dr. [...]

Poutsma’s analytical chemistry lab encourages creativity and independence

Poutsma’s analytical chemistry lab encourages creativity and independence

Posted On: March 30, 2015

I spent this week with professor JC Poutsma’s analytical chemistry lab, which stands at the exciting interface between [...]

Meet H. pylori: the stealth bacteria infecting half the population

Meet H. pylori: the stealth bacteria infecting half the population

Posted On: March 21, 2015

Scientific research is not carried out by codgers in bleak, secretive nooks. Research hardly looks like this anywhere, [...]