Students and faculty pursuing life science studies discover and share knowledge about life processes at the genetic and cellular levels. Dr. Corbin also gave a presentation (From a Non-Majors Course to Undergraduate Research: Integration of NMR Spectroscopy Across the Chemistry Curriculum at Ashland University”) in which he described innovative uses of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy in the courses he teaches and in the research studies he carries out with students. This State-funded scholarship program currently supports 23 Ashland science students (including Isabella, Hannah and Corey found in these pictures). He can sometimes be seen flying bats for his students in the Kettering Science Center. My experience while in the science program was extremely intriguing and hands-on.
This past year one of our environmental science courses used a new blog to share current news and research. A lecture presented by Dr. Allan M. Brandt, Kass Professor of the History of Medicine and Professor of the History of Science at Harvard University, was held on the AU campus March 29 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of an Interdisciplinary Science Course at Ashland University. It comes out weekly and is loaded with current up to the date news and flash items.
You must have come across quite a few weird science facts, like a single cup of coffee has over a thousand chemicals in it or something like the tongue of a blue whale is as heavy as an adult elephant. A method of reuniting scientific and spiritual values is described, and a general plan is suggested for making the transition to a syntropic science that would avert the crises anticipated to occur in the 21st century as a result of both technological evolution and the impact of human civilization on the Earth’s biosphere. I worked in David Weisblat’s Lab in the Molecular and Cellular Biology Department funded by a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant.
Others include Marquette University’s 2001 naming of Jame Schaefer to a newly created science and religion professorship and the 2005 appointment of Andrew Lustig to become Davidson College’s first Holmes Rolston III Professor of Religion and Science. We work hard to get the best content and updates into Science News so we can all learn together, as well as have discussions about interesting and exciting news. Courses this summer include Ecology, Evolution, Field Zoology, Ichthyology, Aquatic Ecosystems, and Current Topics in Environment and Engineering. Science will agree that energy always flows from a higher source to a lower source.
When not put to use in support of religious organizations and movements, science is a fundamentally secular activity that is agnostic with regard to religious beliefs. This article proposes a restructuring of science in a manner that would enhance human health, happiness, and evolution toward a more intelligently adaptive and creative global society. Students and faculty in neural, cognitive and behavioral Sciences explore and share knowledge and solutions concentrating on the inter-relationships of the mind, brain, behavior and communication.