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Knock, Knock
The eyes may be the windows of a person's soul, but you can also tell a lot about your colleagues by what's on their office door. Here's what we uncovered during a recent stroll through campus. If you know of other interesting doors, drop an e-mail to ath@hamilton.edu. We could be knocking on your door soon! More ...
Chemistry in an Egg
Students from Thomas R. Proctor High School attended Science Day on March 22. Professors from biology, chemistry, and psychology exposed students to the world of science exploration. Ram Subramaniam and SueAnn Senior of the chemistry department explained to the students how chemicals are used to separate the components of an egg. The yolk was separated into protein and lipid (fat)components and students determined that the yellow color originated from the lipid. SueAnn Senior suggested that a practical way to learn more about chemistry is to learn how to cook and observe how a change in temperature can affect the ingredients. More ...
Chemistry in an Egg
Students from Thomas R. Proctor High School attended Science Day on March 22. Professors from biology, chemistry, and psychology exposed students to the world of science exploration. Ram Subramaniam and SueAnn Senior of the chemistry department explained to the students how chemicals are used to separate the components of an egg. The yolk was separated into protein and lipid (fat)components and students determined that the yellow color originated from the lipid. SueAnn Senior suggested that a practical way to learn more about chemistry is to learn how to cook and observe how a change in temperature can affect the ingredients. More ...
Chemistry in an Egg
Students from Thomas R. Proctor High School attended Science Day on March 22. Professors from biology, chemistry, and psychology exposed students to the world of science exploration. Ram Subramaniam and SueAnn Senior of the chemistry department explained to the students how chemicals are used to separate the components of an egg. The yolk was separated into protein and lipid (fat)components and students determined that the yellow color originated from the lipid. SueAnn Senior suggested that a practical way to learn more about chemistry is to learn how to cook and observe how a change in temperature can affect the ingredients. More ...
Chemistry in an Egg
Students from Thomas R. Proctor High School attended Science Day on March 22. Professors from biology, chemistry, and psychology exposed students to the world of science exploration. Ram Subramaniam and SueAnn Senior of the chemistry department explained to the students how chemicals are used to separate the components of an egg. The yolk was separated into protein and lipid (fat)components and students determined that the yellow color originated from the lipid. SueAnn Senior suggested that a practical way to learn more about chemistry is to learn how to cook and observe how a change in temperature can affect the ingredients. More ...
Chemistry in an Egg
Students from Thomas R. Proctor High School attended Science Day on March 22. Professors from biology, chemistry, and psychology exposed students to the world of science exploration. Ram Subramaniam and SueAnn Senior of the chemistry department explained to the students how chemicals are used to separate the components of an egg. The yolk was separated into protein and lipid (fat)components and students determined that the yellow color originated from the lipid. SueAnn Senior suggested that a practical way to learn more about chemistry is to learn how to cook and observe how a change in temperature can affect the ingredients. More ...
Diggins Leads Campus Tree Walk
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Thomas Diggins led a walk on April 10 teaching students about the tree species found on campus and some natural history of New York. The walk was open to all students interested, and was geared towards all knowledge levels. More than 25 types of tree were identified, including American elm, swamp white oak, Kentucky coffeetree and ginkgo, which is considered to be a living fossil. More ...
Diggins Leads Campus Tree Walk
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Thomas Diggins led a walk on April 10 teaching students about the tree species found on campus and some natural history of New York. The walk was open to all students interested, and was geared towards all knowledge levels. More than 25 types of tree were identified, including American elm, swamp white oak, Kentucky coffeetree and ginkgo, which is considered to be a living fossil. More ...
Diggins Leads Campus Tree Walk
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Thomas Diggins led a walk on April 10 teaching students about the tree species found on campus and some natural history of New York. The walk was open to all students interested, and was geared towards all knowledge levels. More than 25 types of tree were identified, including American elm, swamp white oak, Kentucky coffeetree and ginkgo, which is considered to be a living fossil. More ...
Diggins Leads Campus Tree Walk
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Thomas Diggins led a walk on April 10 teaching students about the tree species found on campus and some natural history of New York. The walk was open to all students interested, and was geared towards all knowledge levels. More than 25 types of tree were identified, including American elm, swamp white oak, Kentucky coffeetree and ginkgo, which is considered to be a living fossil. More ...
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