Category - Science & Engineering

Among the research projects at Chapman University’s Brain Institute is one that uses noninvasive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to study the sense of ownership of our actions.
Chapman’s Brain Institute Applies Modern Tools of Neuroscience to Answer Age-Old Questions of Free Will
locator map for Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam
Chapman Research Study Heightens Concerns About the Safety of a Massive Dam Project in Africa
chapman professors gathered at ribbon cutting event
Paying Tribute to a Mentor, President Struppa Dedicates the Carlos A. Berenstein Collaboration Space in Swenson Hall
Schmid College Dean Michael Ibba
Schmid College Dean Michael Ibba to Lead Influential Biology Committee at National Science Foundation
CUSP student Christina Nguyen
A Commitment to Pharmacy Care That Empowers the Most Vulnerable Christina Nguyen (Pharm.D. '22), doctoral candidate at the Chapman School of Pharmacy, connects pharmacy practice to holistic wellness.
Dr. Parang in the lab
Chapman Researcher Works to Boost Remdesivir’s Effectiveness Against COVID-19
Rennolds Ostrom, professor in lab
Chapman Professor Searches Within Cells for Clues to Better Asthma Treatments
Andrew Lyon receives Distinguished Educator Award
Engineering Dean and Chemistry Researcher Andrew Lyon Receives Distinguished Educator Award From Greater Irvine Chamber
Robot dog exits lab at Keck Center
Fowler Engineering Scholars Unleash the Research Possibilities of Robot Dogs Machine learning applications just scratch the surface of opportunities for this new Chapman pet project.
Rangeland research
USDA Fellowship Helps Chapman Scientists Prepare Food Producers for an Uncertain Future How do rangeland systems respond to changes in weather? With funding from the Department of Agriculture, Schmid College researchers are eager to provide answers.
Chapman student Emma Kocik in the lab
Chapman’s First Beckman Scholar to Fill a Key Gap in Marine Research Chemistry major Emma Kocik ’22 earns the prestigious scholarship with a project to test nanoparticles as a tool for restoring ecosystems.
3 students in Swenson Hall of Engineering.
Cutting-Edge Robotics, Lasers and Design Elevate Chapman’s New Engineering Hall In addition to high-tech tools, the Swenson Family Hall of Engineering features an immersive layout that promotes collaboration and innovation.