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On Stage in Seoul

On Stage in Seoul

Hingston among top mathematicians to speak at eminent world conference

School of Science Students Inducted into National Honor Societies

School of Science Students Inducted into National Honor Societies

On April 23 and 24, 2014, 32 juniors and seniors from the School of Science students were inducted into two premiere national honor societies. Phi Beta Kappa is the nation’s oldest academic honor society and Phi Kappa Phi is the oldest all-discipline honor society in the United States.

Genetics leads bio grad to a Fulbright in Finland

Genetics leads bio grad to a Fulbright in Finland

The threespine stickleback, a shiny little fish with spines on its back and belly, is a darling of evolutionary biologists. That’s because it thrives in the ocean, where its ancestor lived, as well as freshwater. But the story of the fish’s adaptation to different environments also hooked a TCNJ student, who has now won a Fulbright Fellowship to study stickleback evolution in Finland. Krishna Parekh, a biology major who graduated in December, came to college with a plan to

Computer Science Professor Receives Grant from National Science Foundation to Study Synthetic Biology

Computer Science Professor Receives Grant from National Science Foundation to Study Synthetic Biology

Dr. Dimitris Papamichail, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, has been awarded a research grant from the National Science Foundation’s Division of Computing and Communication Foundations (NSF-CCF) core program. Dr. Papamichail’s research focuses on computational design of synthetic genes with enhanced properties. Synthetic Biology moves beyond conventional genetic manipulation to construct novel biological components, which do

TCNJ researchers are headed overseas to present their Big Bang–related research

TCNJ researchers are headed overseas to present their Big Bang–related research

Mitchell Revalski and Will Rhodes are trying to pry secrets from the cosmos. Later this month, the two physics majors will reveal what they’ve learned at the San Cugat Forum on Astrophysics in Barcelona, pain. In all likelihood, they’ll be the only undergraduates in the room. For the past year they have been searching for

Statistics Professor Publishes new Book

Statistics Professor Publishes new Book

Congratulations to Dr. Michael Ochs, Associate Professor of Statistics, who has recently published a new book. The edited volume––Gene Function Analysis––is part of the “Methods in Molecular Biology 1101″ series, by Springer Protocols. A summary of the volume is provided below.  Gene Function Analysis, 
Second Edition The determination of protein function has been a major

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