Students study how zebrafish react to anxiety triggers in hopes of finding better treatments.
When Sarah Rabice ’14 first started doing research with biology professor Andy Smith, she knew he studied slugs, but she didn’t fully understand the significance of it.
“I definitely did not understand and appreciate the importance and growing relevance of the fields of biomimetics and bioadhesives,” Rabice said. “Andy’s knowledge of so many fields and his ability to integrate that knowledge into a comprehensive area of study is incredible.”
The prestigious journal Science recently published articles by Ithaca College biology professor Sue Swensen and anthropology professor Jack Rossen. Professor Swensen was one of five authors on the May 16 cover story titled, “Hidden Neotropical Diversity: Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts.” The research explored the extraordinary diversity...
Professor Jason Hamilton fuses science and sustainability
Amid the bad news about global climate change and energy crises, Ithaca College assistant biology professor and ecologist extraordinaire Jason Hamilton has become a leading collaborator in the field of environmental sustainability in higher education. Spearheading the College’s...
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