Tag - Schmid College of Science and Technology

Richelle Tanner

SEA GRANT CALIFORNIA: A Study of a Marsh Ecosystem Grows into a Consideration of What Science Can Be By embracing complexity and nuance, Chapman University’s Richelle Tanner is searching for a more inclusive and effective approach to biology

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Chapman Leads Conversation on California Water Supply University Hosted Water Abundance Conference with faculty, water district reps and others

Walter Piper

BOREAL: Portrait of a forest on the climate edge in northeastern Minnesota: A photo essay

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NEWS MEDICAL: Chapman University biologist studies how our bodies and behaviors change during sickness

Kellie Omori '22

SURF Helps Alumna Build on New Love of Research The health sciences and biological sciences double major is researching how to engineer sunflower meal to make it a more palatable food source.

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Chapman University Researchers Confirm Increased Housing Growth Near Wilderness Puts More Homes at Risk of Wildfires Contra Costa, Alameda and Riverside Counties Are Most At Risk.

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Alumna Does Canine Chemistry Forensic scientist Lauryn DeGreeff ’06 studies the ways dogs detect scents, helping law enforcement agencies solve crimes.