[ Vol. 28 No. 3 ]
World Class

Global health curriculum initiatives encourage undergraduates to embrace – and solve – real-world problems.

In This Issue

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In many ways, Alejandro Sánchez Alvarado would have been right at home during the Renaissance, when inductive inquiry was the norm.

Two HHMI-supported scientists involve undergraduates by the hundreds and thousands in real, published research.

Collecting data in the great outdoors brings a fresh perspective to work in the lab.


Scientists unravel why feeling hungry can also mean feeling angry.

One drop of blood reveals a history of viral infection.

A new invention acts as a molecular 3-D printer.

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