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From proteins to biosensors

Dec 19, 2012
Syracuse University's Beckman Scholars gain real-world research experience

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Globe lights Heroy Lobby

Dec 18, 2012
The illuminated model is the latest campus landmark

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Hydrologist named Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Dec 4, 2012
Donald Siegel is honored as a pioneer in groundwater and wetlands research

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From atoms to satellites

Nov 19, 2012
Alumnus Alfred U. Mac Rae receives Distinguished Alumni Award

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Arts and Sciences Magazine

Nov 15, 2012
Link to online version of The College of Arts and Sciences Fall 2012 alumni magazine

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Biology’s circle of life

Nov 12, 2012
New book chronicles the history of Syracuse University’s Department of Biology

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Exploring the Earth sciences

Nov 8, 2012
High school students learn about research and career options in Earth sciences.

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Research at the interface of physics and biology

Oct 11, 2012
SU and SUNY Upstate researchers team up to publish joint review in special issue of "Science"

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Recognizing a face in the crowd

Oct 3, 2012
Research project designed to further understanding of autism

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Self-healing curved crystals

Oct 3, 2012
Scientists discover novel method of removing defects by bending, twisting, and flexing materials

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Researcher studies new diagnostic and assessment tools for voice disorders

Sep 28, 2012
Study published in the journal "Laryngoscope"

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Science, Knowledge, Integrity

Sep 28, 2012
Forensic and National Security Sciences research, curriculum, and outreach

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Fingerprinting hydrofracking water quality

Sep 26, 2012
Syracuse University’s Project SWIFT to develop tools to detect potential groundwater contamination from shale-gas drilling

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Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute announces Faculty Fellows

Sep 7, 2012
The Fellows Program strengthens interdisciplinary research and scholarship

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Leading expert in climate change science to present 2012 Milton First-Year Lecture

Sep 5, 2012
Richard B. Alley will also present a free public seminar on climate change research

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Earth Sciences major spends summer in Costa Rican cloud forest

Aug 20, 2012
Natalie Teale participated in summer REU program hosted by Texas A&M University

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For sperm, faster isn’t always better

Aug 1, 2012
New study by Syracuse University scientists uncover a reproduction conundrum

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Summer camp for physics teachers: Building particle detectors at Syracuse University

Jun 15, 2012
The federally funded QuarkNet Program links teachers with university researchers

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EarthScope national seismic monitoring project arrives in Upstate New York

Jun 15, 2012
A Syracuse University Earth scientist is coordinating placement of 25 seismic stations

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Syracuse University researchers use nanotechnology to harness the power of fireflies

Jun 14, 2012
New research recently published in Nano Letters

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P.A.C.K. Your Books summer camp for preschoolers

Jun 11, 2012
Children will learn pre-reading skills through play

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Syracuse University biologist receives major award from the New York Academy of Sciences

May 21, 2012
Jason Fridley winner of a 2012 Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists

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Mathematics department recognizes student excellence

May 4, 2012
Seven receive top awards

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Syracuse University junior receives prestigious 2012 Goldwater Scholarship

May 1, 2012
Ryan Badman was one of 282 scholars nationwide to receive the award

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Syracuse University study finds autumn advantage for invasive plants in the Eastern United States

Apr 25, 2012
The findings contradict conventional wisdom on plant productivity in the spring

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Scott Samson to receive 2012 College of Arts and Sciences Wasserstrom Prize

Apr 25, 2012
Annual prize to be presented during 2012 Graduate School Doctoral Hooding Ceremony

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Switching subject categories could improve test scores

Apr 23, 2012
New research on 'output interference' is published in Psychological Science

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Global sea-level rise topic of next K. Douglas Nelson Lecture in the Department of Earth Sciences

Apr 18, 2012
Geophysicist Jerry Mitrovica of Harvard University is the featured speaker

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"Is Mother Nature Short Sighted?" Award-winning ecologist to present 2012 Life Sciences Lecture

Apr 17, 2012
Lecture is the keynote for Second Annual Life Sciences Symposium

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Syracuse University scientist seeks to set the record straight on climate research

Mar 28, 2012
Recent media reports misrepresent his research

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Syracuse University conference celebrates internationally renowned mathematician

Mar 26, 2012
Conference honors accomplishments of Ragnar-Olaf Buchweitz

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Environmental activist and scholar Martin Sage dies Feb. 3

Mar 22, 2012
Sage founded local chapter of the Sierra Club

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Scientists use a rare mineral to correlate past climate events in Europe and Antarctica

Mar 21, 2012
The new study is published in the April issue of "Earth and Planetary Science Letters"

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Careers in Aging: An informal event for students

Mar 19, 2012
Event to include panel discussion, food, and door prizes

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High-school students spend an afternoon as college science students

Mar 8, 2012
The students participated in the Nottingham Early College High School Biology Apprenticeship

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March Madness with a twist of science

Mar 7, 2012
Twenty-three teams of students will compete in regional Science Olympiad at Syracuse University

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SU's Nationally Competitive Scholarships Committee helps students obtain coveted awards

Feb 27, 2012
Biology alumna credits faculty mentors for her success at the National Institutes of Health

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Building new forensics tools

Feb 23, 2012
Scientist plans to study molecular fingerprints of toxic agents

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New study links whale stress to ship noise

Feb 10, 2012
Data collected around the 9/11 terrorist attacks by a Syracuse University biologist plays key role in the study

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A bug's (sex) life

Feb 7, 2012
Diving beetles offer unexpected clues about sexual selection

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Arnold Honig, Syracuse University physics icon, dead at 83

Feb 6, 2012
A member of the Department of Physics in SU¿s College of Arts and Sciences for 56 years, Honig died January 31, 2012

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'Zircons and Hell?' focus of Chauncey D. Holmes Lecture and Award Ceremony

Feb 2, 2012
John Valley, the Charles R. Van Hise Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, presented keynote

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2010 Nobel laureate to speak at Syracuse University Feb. 1

Jan 25, 2012
Ei-ichi Negishi did pioneering research while a member of SU's chemistry department

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SU biologist named Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Jan 9, 2012
AAAS to recognize 2012 class of Fellows during annual meeting in Vancouver, Canada, in February