After years of pondering the interplay of space, time, matter and gravity, Einstein produced, in a single month in 1915, an utter transformation of science’s conception of the cosmos: the general theory of relativity. More than what can be done in schools and colleges is done by it. It supplies necessary information on the burning topics of the day, tackles the principal social and political problem of a country, criticizes books and brings to light the epoch making discoveries and inventions. Julia, Maria and Corey are pictured below, along with another summer research student, Forensic Biology major Matt McDonald, after giving presentations on their work. Science has long been put into service to defend particular political entities and their sometimes aggressive campaigns.
Over thirty Ashland University alumni currently work at Charles River Labs, and around eight of our science students had paid internships at the facility this past academic year, giving them valuable career experience before graduation. It’s a science news app that used to be about science and is now more political and left leaning and it’s just ridiculous.
Undergraduate and graduate students have the chance to learn from world-class faculty utilizing state-of-the art resources in the highly ranked educational setting of the College of Science. Ashland Biology, Toxicology and Chemistry faculty invite Ashland middle schoolers to our Science Center for a variety of lab activities each semester. Jennifer (Miller) Tully graduated from Ashland in 2011 with a B.S. in Geology and a in Integrated Science Education. The magazine is written by a staff of experienced science journalists, many with Ph.D.s in scientific disciplines.
I hope that the science community takes this seriously and either refutes Monckton’s math or confirms it. The consequences to us either way are quite significant, and we need good sound science in to determine the correct course of action. Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. You can find them by clicking on the Summer Research Internships topics link to the right.
We just received the good news that Lynette Vana (Forensic Biology ’12) has been accepted to the Doctor of Pharmacy program at the University of Cincinnati During the past year Lynette has been working as an analytical chemist at Ben Venue Laboratories, a pharmaceutical company near Cleveland. What you were learning in high school, your kid’s science class now teaches in the last year of elementary! Fifth, a branch of science devoted primarily to military defense and offense in the modern world is more than just wasteful. During this busy summer, two recent biology graduates are making preparations to move on to graduate school, after four great years at AU!