Explore microbiology and novel technologies that help us access and learn about our microbial neighbors and how they influence our lives.
Dale L. Boger to discuss curiosity-driven research in “Discovery of a New Therapeutic Target in an Academic Setting.”
Two public presentations can teach you more about a healthy, active lifestyle and rehabilitation.
Jeffrey Kinsella-Shaw discuss his dynamical-systems theoretic research.
Two groups of Grinnell students won awards at a national statistics competition with studies on Yik Yak, underage drinking.
Grinnell’s observatory is a top-notch research lab and a great place to expose people to physics.
Liz Queathem presents Climate Reality: Problems and Solutions on the Road to Paris.
Free Summer Astronomy Program offers sixth, seventh, and eighth-graders the opportunity to explore planets, stars, and galaxies.
Jessi L. Smith will deliver Scholars' Convocation on diversity and inclusivity in STEM fields.
The Grinnell Science Project pre-orientation program primes students for academic success.