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Hamilton Sophomore Studying Enzymes in a Sol-Gel Matrix
Rob Parker, a rising sophomore at Hamilton College, passed up the opportunity to spend his summer lounging at the beach in order to participate in Hamilton's summer science research program. Parker has committed ten weeks to an internship in the chemistry department studying the encapsulation of enzymes in a sol-gel matrix. More ...
Hamilton Sophomore Studying Enzymes in a Sol-Gel Matrix
Rob Parker, a rising sophomore at Hamilton College, passed up the opportunity to spend his summer lounging at the beach in order to participate in Hamilton's summer science research program. Parker has committed ten weeks to an internship in the chemistry department studying the encapsulation of enzymes in a sol-gel matrix. More ...
Hamilton Sophomore Studying Enzymes in a Sol-Gel Matrix
Rob Parker, a rising sophomore at Hamilton College, passed up the opportunity to spend his summer lounging at the beach in order to participate in Hamilton's summer science research program. Parker has committed ten weeks to an internship in the chemistry department studying the encapsulation of enzymes in a sol-gel matrix. More ...
Hamilton Hockey Camp in Session
Hamilton College Hockey camp is currently in session hosting over one-hundred different campers from over eleven states. Coaches from various colleges, high schools, and prep schools are coaching the two week session. More ...
Hamilton Sophomore Investigating Role of Neurotransmitter in Metamorphosis
Anna Arnold, a rising sophomore at Hamilton College, is currently participating in the school's summer science research program. Arnold has committed ten weeks of her summer vacation to a neuroscience lab, working with Assistant Professor of Biology Herman Lehman. The project involves an insect neurotransmitter known as octopamine and the role it plays throughout development and metamorphosis. More ...
Hamilton Sophomore Investigating Role of Neurotransmitter in Metamorphosis
Anna Arnold, a rising sophomore at Hamilton College, is currently participating in the school's summer science research program. Arnold has committed ten weeks of her summer vacation to a neuroscience lab, working with Assistant Professor of Biology Herman Lehman. The project involves an insect neurotransmitter known as octopamine and the role it plays throughout development and metamorphosis. More ...
Hamilton Sophomore Investigating Role of Neurotransmitter in Metamorphosis
Anna Arnold, a rising sophomore at Hamilton College, is currently participating in the school's summer science research program. Arnold has committed ten weeks of her summer vacation to a neuroscience lab, working with Assistant Professor of Biology Herman Lehman. The project involves an insect neurotransmitter known as octopamine and the role it plays throughout development and metamorphosis. More ...
Hamilton Sophomore Investigating Quirks in New Chemistry Equipment
Andy Vermilyea, a rising sophomore at Hamilton College, is nearing the completion of his ten-week summer science research project on the chemistry department's new ITC (Isothermal Titration Calorimeter). The ITC is the latest in calorimetry technology, but its accuracy has been called into question due to data incompatible with published results. Andy has undertaken the task of resolving this conflict. More ...
Networked Microscopy Classroom
Professor of Geology Eugene Domack, Stephen Harper Kirner Professor of Geology Barbara Tewksbury and Associate Professor of Geology David Bailey were awarded $75,399 from the National Science Foundation’s CCLI program to support a networked microscopy classroom in the Geology Department. Domack also received a $25,000 grant from the National Science Foundation supporting an international conference examining global warming and geologic changes in the Antarctic Peninsula. This grant will be matched 1:1 by Hamilton’s Environmental Studies Program. More ...
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