[USA] This week on Segue, Greg Budzban, PhD, dean of SIUE College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) hosts Kelly Barry, SIUE associate professor of biological sciences. Continue reading SIUE heightens undergrad STEM research
Based on the 2011-present day experiments conducted by Madeleine Gagne and Angela Miller at The Ohio State University, The Collins-Miller Project is a mainly non-profit organization determined at creating a Continue reading Welcome to The Collins-Miller Project!
Over the summer, the western basin of Lake Erie experienced some environmental issues related to water quality, so area students were enlisted to help resolve the issue as part of North Central Schools’ problem-based learning week. Continue reading North Central algae projects
Judges recognized 25 eighth-graders with finalists’ awards at the conclusion of the Cunha Intermediate School Science Fair Wednesday evening.
Among them was Sophia Pappalardo, Continue reading Winning projects focus on solar heating, algae
A four-year BBSRC-funded studentship is available to start in October 2015 as part of a multidisciplinary, multicentre project “Algal oils by design”, which aims to establish microalgae as an industrial biotechnology platform for the production of high value lipids, such as omega-3 fatty acids. The PhD Continue reading PhD Studentship: Microdroplets, Mass Spectrometry and Algae
Splendora High School is continuing to stress the importance of career and technical courses by bringing students in on a cutting edge program and innovation in science.
The multifaceted Biotechnology Continue reading Biotech program inspires interest in science at Splendora ISD