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Solar Cells, Warbler Birds and Medieval Manuscripts: 14 Thesis Projects to Cap (and Gown) Senior Year
Math Professor Stephan Ramon Garcia Awarded a $239,937 National Science Foundation Grant
From Reggae to the Red Planet: Ryan Stern '99 and His 25 Years of Dedication to KSPC and JPL
Pomona College Chemistry Professor Nicholas Ball has been named a Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar.
Decades after 2020 Nobel Prize winner Jennifer Doudna '85 studied at Pomona College, undergraduate researchers are using the gene-editing techniques she pioneered.
Pomona College alumna Jennifer Doudna ’85 becomes the first graduate of Pomona College to receive a Nobel Prize.
At a young age Aseal Birir '18 came to searing realizations of what it means to be a Black male in the U.S. Now a Harvard Medical School student, he also realizes Africana studies will help him practice better medicine.
According to new research from Professor Roberto Garza-Lopez, one key to unlocking the COVID-19 puzzle may be in understanding the effect of metal ions on a pair of the novel coronavirus’ proteins.
The 2020 Wig Award recipients are faculty members: Aimee Bahng, Tom Le, Jane Liu, Jorge Moreno, Gilda Ochoa and Alexandra Papoutsaki.
Chemistry Professor Nicholas Ball has received a National Institutes of Health grant for the development of a pathway to synthesize sulfur-based compounds to facilitate drug target discovery.
Hannah Black ’20 is set to graduate with a degree in chemistry and in the fall, she’ll start at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill.
There have been many doors in the life of Yannai Kashtan ’20. Today he has arrived at his next, very prestigious door: a Knight-Hennessy scholarship, which is a full ride to Stanford University.
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