Robert N. Noyce ’49 Science Center
Nearly one-third of Grinnell’s students pursue majors in the sciences.
Noyce Science Center, renovated in 2007, is one of five campus buildings that are LEED-certified.
Students in Introduction of Biological Inquiry present research findings in at an end-of-the-semester poster session.
Art — like this chemical model featured in a recent Faulconer Gallery exhibition — can be found throughout Noyce.
The College’s Conard Environmental Research Area — a rich, varied ecosystem — is frequented by science and art students.
The mathematics study commons in has abundant whiteboard space to work out proofs or discuss problems with professors.
Kistle Science Library has four group-study rooms available on a first-come, first-served basis for group projects.
The interdisciplinary neuroscience concentration integrates diverse approaches and principles from across the sciences.
Professors can integrate theoretical and practical teaching in the connected workshop classroom and laboratory.
Student access to scientific equipment and research tools is a notable strength of the sciences at Grinnell.
Faculty members in the sciences are available to work with students on problem sets and research projects.
Students in all the sciences collaborate with accomplished faculty members in Mentored Advanced Projects.