Category - Science & Engineering

food scientist
The Science of Shelf Life Chapman Professor Explains the How and Why Behind Shelf-Stable Foods
At the Core of Understanding Chapman's new brain institute leads the way in uniting neuroscience with philosophy to pursue centuries-old questions of consciousness and free will.
Brain Institute Receives Over $7 Million for Research on Neurophilosophy of Free Will
From Chapman to NASA Student Soars at the Highest Level, Thanks to Internship at Glenn Research Center
Artful Explorers
A Cut Above The formal opening of Keck Center marks a milestone in Chapman’s rise as a center of scientific research and learning.
Chapman University's Keck Center Exterior
Founding Dean for Fowler School of Engineering Announced Andrew Lyon plans a school where innovation and diversity will shape the next generation of problem-solvers.
Vidal Arroyo Handsomely Smiling
First-Gen Student is Chapman’s First-Ever Rhodes Scholar Biochemistry and molecular biology major Vidal M. Arroyo '19 plans to use the scholarship to continue advanced studies in science.
two students looking at computer
In Touch with the Nanometric World The atomic force microscope uses feel rather than optics to help researchers see what otherwise would be a mystery.
Andrew Lypm and lab students posing
The Clot Thickens Artificial platelets are just one of the possibilities for Andrew Lyon’s polymer microgels.
woman holding slime
The Wonders of Slime
Chapman's VP of Research Tom Piechota talks with GCI student
Science Students Begin Building Their First Professional Network Grand Challenges Initiative hosts inaugural networking event.