Students in Art, Molecular Genetics, and EEOB have created an interactive Virtual Reality experience about plants as carbon sinks.
The new, Molecular Genetics course called "Genes and Society" (MOLGEN/PHILOS 2690) was highlighted in ASCENT magazine by the College of Arts and Sciences as an example of how the college promotes interdisciplinary activities.
Congratulations to the Adriana Dawes Lab, who recently were awarded an R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Congratulations to Uyen Tram who worked with Sharon Amacher to introduce Project BioEYES to the Upper Arlington Schools. After seeing the national project discussed at a Genetics Society of America meeting, Dr.
Congratulations to Susan Cole, who was interviewed on the Arts and Sciences podcast "Voices of Excellence". Her discussion with host David Staley covered the importance of cellular cummunication in embryonic development and cancer.