Environmental Science

Lafayette College

December 12, 2007

Megan Carpenter ’08 Studies at Marine Biological Laboratory in Massachusetts

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Biology major completes semester-long project at world-renowned center for environmental research Biology major Megan Carpenter ’08 (Mechanicsburg, Pa) is spending the fall semester taking part in the rigorous Semester in Environmental Science (SES) program at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) in Woods Hole, Mass. The program, designed to immerse serious science students in an intensive [...]

Lafayette College

September 25, 2007

Chemical Engineer Daniel Wang Discusses the Use of Animal Cells in Biopharmaceuticals

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Lecture on Sept. 27 is part of Interdisciplinary Seminar Series in the Life Sciences The Interdisciplinary Seminar Series in the Life Sciences will present Daniel I.C. Wang, professor of chemical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Temasek Professor in the Bioprocessing Technology Centre of the National University of Singapore, 7 p.m. Sept. 27 [...]

Lafayette College

November 13, 2006

Mitchell ’05 Leads Recovery Effort for Dolphin That Lost Tail

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  Imagine trying to row a boat using sticks instead of oars. That’s similar to the plight of Winter the dolphin. Diane Mitchell ’05has been working closely with the Atlantic Bottlenose dolphin in its rehabilitation at Clearwater Marine Aquarium (CMA) in Clearwater, Fla.Winter was just three months old when she was entangled in a crab [...]