Once a professional tennis player, Alana Van Dervort now trains her discipline and focus on science.
Joe Thornton brings his view of science as a potent social and political force into the classroom.
Microbiologist Morgan Beeby gets some of his best thinking done on foot.
Perspectives & Opinions
Chemists trained in biology were once a rarity—now they’re becoming the norm.
About half of students who enter college with a science major in mind end up majoring in something else, observes Irving Epstein. The roadblock is often freshman chemistry class.