Orlane Destin ’21 says that growing cancer cells for research is like taking care of a baby.
The start of any new semester brings lots of new faces to campus. But the 99 faces in Ken Olsen Science Center don’t belong to first-year students or faculty members.
To help commemorate National Biomechanics Day in April, a group of Gordon students and faculty welcomed a bus of middle-school students from Lynn Public Schools to campus.
Dr. Evangeline Cornwell (biology) and Dr. Andrew Logemann (English language and literature) have been awarded two-year fellowships at Oxford for a conference around the topic of biotechnology and faith.
The Physics Department at Gordon College is excited to announce that it has entered into a two-year collaborative agreement with Thermo Fisher Scientific, a leading manufacturer of scientific instrumentation, to work together on the research and development of advanced spectroscopic techniques for use in the field.