Posts tagged science
Posts tagged science
Where science and music meet: Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Catherine Oertel ’99 studies the corrosion of historic Baroque organ pipes. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
STEM in action: the fall 2013 lab crawl included 32 labs and stations showcasing student-faculty research projects and opportunities. The lab crawl is organized by Oberlin’s Center for Learning, Education, and Research in the Sciences. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Embrace, a two-piece, water-jet-cut sculpture, is representative of the ways Robert Bosch ’85, Biggs Professor of Natural Science, has paired his academic training with his artistic interests. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
A winter term #tbt: for his first winter term project, Sai-Wing Chan ’08 interned in the cardiopulmonary unit of Chinese Hospital of San Francisco. Chan on the experience: “It is my ultimate goal to become a doctor, and this was a fantastic opportunity that I know many students at my level do not get.” (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Cheers! Hands-on research is an essential component of the chemistry and biochemistry program at Oberlin. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Fall break is so close we can taste it and midterms are wrapping up here on campus. Here’s some lighter reading for your Friday: we’re featuring these incredible books and images in the Science Library from Special Collections on the homepage today. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
Time for a Throwback Thursday shot: here’s a beautiful photo from a 2012 winter term project that involved a group of 12 students hiking in Death Valley National Park, led by geology professor Karla Parsons-Hubbard. Learn more about the geology department at Oberlin. (via Oberlin College & Conservatory)
The Lab Crawl was featured in the Oberlin News Tribune! Check out the article for a profile of five of the different labs that participated: Al Porterfield’s psychology lab, Alison Williams’ chemistry demonstration, Taylor Allen’s biology lab, and Leslie Kwakye’s and Michael Loose’s neuroscience labs.
Yihui Chen ‘13 won a spectroscopy research award!