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Krista and Hesham with globe
AI and Ingenuity Help Environmental Scientist Solve the Case of the Missing Mangroves
Chris Bader smiles in front of his bookshelf
Shifting Systems of Faith Fuel a Rise in Paranormal Belief Cultural curiosities such as UFOs, ghosts and Bigfoot are no longer on the fringe, Professor Chris Bader says.
World-renowned dancer and Chapman Presidential Fellow Ido Tadmor teaches master classes during his visits to campus. Recently he accompanied students on a travel course that explored the dance culture of his native Israel.
Aided by Presidential Fellow Ido Tadmor, Students Explore Israel’s Dance Scene
Biological sciences student Alex Drives '21, left, talks with Carter Berry, Ph.D, about equipment Drivas helped design to advance Berry's plant research. Photo by Dennis Arp.
Climate Project Highlights Grand Challenges Initiative
Overhead image of palm trees and a suburban street.
Research Perspective: High Cost of Living Feeds a New Feudalism in California
Laura Glynn, Ph.D.
Federal Funding Renewed for Lifespan Development Study
Kamaljit Kaur looks through a microscope
Concentrating the Power of Cancer-Killing Drugs Pharmacy researcher Kamaljit Kaur engineers a targeted therapy that spares healthy cells.
Jeff Goad
Quelling The Fears That Prevent Vaccination 5 Questions
Stephen Hinkle
At Thompson Policy Institute, Special Needs Become Distinct Possibilities Inclusive strategies help all kinds of learners, including those with autism.
Jennifer Totonchy
$1.6M RO1-Level Grant Funds Study of Cancer-Related Virus
loons and a duck.
The Plucky Duckling Confounding nature and researchers, adoptive loon parents take a resilient little mallard under their wings.