Dr. Evangeline “Angie” Cornwell (biology), Courtney Olbrich ’18 and Dr. Lisa Spencer ’95 investigate the function of a certain type of white blood cell in the rise of allergies, specifically food allergies.
The benefits to such a high-tech greenhouse are substantial in research, teaching and outreach,” Dr. Greg Keller (biology) says. “We can manipulate the smallest variables to see their effects on specific species of plants that may be valuable economically or ecologically.”
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.
“Newroz” means “new day, new sun” in Kurdish—and that’s exactly what the revitalized Gordon Community Garden behind Barrington Center for the Arts promises to offer.
The allergy and inflammation satellite lab at Gordon is like “another home,” says Holly Huang ’18, a chemistry major (biochemistry concentration), “since I spend half the day here!” Understanding the biology of the eosinophil, a type of white… Read More