Category - Science & Engineering

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Free Online Class by Fowler Engineering Will Give HS Students a Leg Up on College Success As students study from home, 125 sign up to learn computing fundamentals.
A satellite image interpreted by a Chapman earth systems lab shows a steep drop in nitrogen oxide emissions in and around Los Angees, indicating that residents are observing stay-at-home orders.
CU Lab Gives a View of COVID-19 Compliance in Regions With Stay-at-Home Orders Where nitrogen oxide emissions are down, restrictions have a chance to slow spread of coronavirus.
Oliver Mathias (left) Greg Tyler (right)
The Future at Their Fingertips In a Chapman engineering lab, two students are turning MRIs into a next-level healthcare tool – a 3D-printed model of the human brain.
Wild fire in California hills
Climate Change Solutions to be Explored in Public Policy Conference at Chapman
Chapman School of Pharmacy, patient safety
School of Pharmacy Leads a Comprehensive Effort to Prevent Medical Errors and Save Lives “Every sector of health care needs to be involved” in patient safety, Dean Ron Jordan says.
Wild fire in California hills
Facebook Data Has Implications for Disaster Planning Facebook Disaster Maps help reveal where people flee during mega-fires in California.
biochemistry and molecular biology professor and student
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Program Receives Prestigious Accreditation The honor benefits undergraduates aiming for graduate school.
yakir aharonov
The Aharonov Effect
Researchers standing over electronic device
Beam Time
Ron and Sandi Simon
$9M Simon Foundations Gift to Provide Scholarships to Physician Assistants at Chapman The Simon Scholars PA Program is announced at the Chapman Celebrates Gala.
Chapman students with their 3D printed costume.
The Endless Possibilities of 3D Printing In a new class at Chapman, students explore 3D-printing technology with their own printers.
Chapman GCI students in Keck Center
To Better Understand the Brain, Try, Try Again The brain is our most complex and high-functioning organ, but that didn’t stop Chapman University students from finding out how to make it work better.