Mills answers what happens when '7 billion humans meet 9 million other species'
Cramer's ongoing study of brown recluse spiders is in journal article
First of MC's groundbreaking programs to focus on food security
Godde, three students to discuss 10-day trip that started, ended in Quito
Solving global hunger can happen, say Thurow (left), panelists at MC symposium
Alumni Nierenberg '95, Plummer '73 on panel, Thurow (left) is keynote speaker
Damiani, CEO of iVision, to speak at MC about that intersection
Godde, four students collect moose DNA on trip to Isle Royale
Kieft Summer Research particpants break in Center for Science and Business
Stan '63 and Karen Barrett Chism '65 have made three recent gifts to their alma mater
Students will obtain a solid foundation in the molecular sciences at the intersection of chemistry and biology that will prepare them for employment, professional school, or graduate school upon graduation. They will also learn to use the scientific literature information effectively.
The department offers a hands-on curriculum, rich in research opportunities and one-on-one student/faculty interactions. Alumnus William LeSuer has provide an instrumentation endowment which allows the department to purchase, on average, a major piece of instrumentation each year. A former Professor and name sake of the Monmouth College Science building, W. S. "Haldy" Haldeman has endowed the department with a library fund which provides internet access to current research journals, the latest book and periodical publications, and the latest in biochemistry and scientific software.
MC offers student many travel opportunities
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