Drone Takes Biology Research to New Heights

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“People have very specific things they think when they hear the word ‘drone,’ given its use in the military and other applications,” Dr. Greg Keller says. “But this is a quadcopter…allows me to see things that I couldn’t see otherwise.”

Margot Lee ’15: College Student One Day, Biotech Professional the Next

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Three days after graduating from Gordon, Margot Lee ’15 began her biotechnology career in the Boston office of a multinational healthcare company. She’s now one of the youngest research associates at Siemens Healthcare.

Dorothy Boorse in Christianity Today Publication: The “Humongous Fungus”

The largest living organism covers 1,600 football fields and has been quietly growing in Oregon’s Malheur National Forest for thousands of years. Knowing about it answers one of the forest’s long mysteries. Biology Professor Dr. Dorothy Boorse shares… Read More

The Biologist and the Beekeeper

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For years, Dr. Craig Story (biology) listened to requests from students interested in having a bee hive to study apiculture, or beekeeping. Now for the first time, Gordon has its own hive and a new student club, the Gordon College Beekeeping Association (GCBA).

Seeing Cleveland through an Intern’s Eyes

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“Before heading into my second year at Gordon, I wanted to get a good look into the medical world (specifically the hospital environment) to confirm that studying biology was, in fact, the right thing for me.”