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Professor Speaks On The Importance Of The Amazon

Professor Speaks On The Importance Of The Amazon
October 25, 2018

The Amazon basin is one of the wildest and most remote places left on Earth; not many people travel into its depths. Yet, Wake Forest biology professor Miles Silman has dedicated his life and his professional...

Plant Biologist Visits To Deliver Seminar

Plant Biologist Visits To Deliver Seminar
October 25, 2018

Plant biologist Dr. Lucia Strader delivered her seminar “Condensation of The ARF19 Transcription Factor Regulates its Activity” to about forty faculty members and students in Winston Hall on Monday,...

Wake Forest Physics Professor Shares Research

Diagram shows how the stroke treatment medication tPA breaks up a blood clot to restore blood flow and normal neurological function to the brain. Los Angeles Times/MCT 2013

With SCI-STROKE, Los Angeles Times by Melissa Healy

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October 25, 2018

Dr. Martin Guthold, professor at Wake Forest Department of Physics, spoke for the WFU Department of Physics weekly Colloquium series on Wednesday, Oct. 17, in Olin Hall.  His talk, titled “The Mechanical...

Remembering This Article: How To Improve Memory

160 dpi 13p x 14p R. Scott Horner color illustration of nerve synapse. The Sun-Sentinel 1997 
 
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October 25, 2018

As a college student, I’ve noticed there seems to be a correlation between having a better memory and having a better GPA, and, since I’m always trying to improve my GPA, I decided to see what I could...

Virginia Tech Professor Presents Research On Campus

Virginia Tech Professor Presents Research On Campus
October 18, 2018

Molecular biologist Dr. Ken Oestreich presented his research on “Cooperative roles for STAT and Ikaros zinc finger transcription factors in the regulation of T helper cell differentiation” to over...

Salem Hall Renovations Show Improvement

Salem Hall Renovations Show Improvement
October 18, 2018

It is an exciting time to be a chemist at Wake Forest. Salem Hall, home to the chemistry department, just underwent a 15-month transformation. The renovation covered the 55,000-square foot building and...

Navigating The Flu On College Campuses

Navigating The Flu On College Campuses
October 4, 2018

College is already a hot spot for illness because students from many different areas live in close contact, but right now, during flu season, it becomes vital to keep oneself from getting sick. The flu...

Students Showcase Work At Research Fair

Students Showcase Work At Research Fair
October 4, 2018

Rather than just books and sticker-covered Thinkpads lining the halls of the ZSR, the library was filled with students showcasing their research this past Friday. On Sept. 28, undergraduate students from...

Former NASA Administrator Visits Wake Forest

Former NASA Administrator Visits Wake Forest
September 27, 2018

Dr. Dava Newman, Apollo Program Professor of Astronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the first female engineer to serve as NASA Deputy Administrator, visited Wake Forest this...

University of Utah Professor Speaks On Campus

University of Utah Professor Speaks On Campus
September 27, 2018

Dr. Baldomero Olivera presented his work on “Venomous Fish-hunting Cone Snails: From Evolution to Drug Development” to faculty and students in Winston Hall on Monday, Sept. 24. Olivera is a Distinguished...

Review: Apple Releases New Products

Review: Apple Releases New Products
September 20, 2018

It’s a wonderful time in the technology world. New gadgets and gizmos are being announced left and right, and I, for one, am very excited. Last Wednesday was one of the most anticipated tech-releases...

Crowdsourcing Aids Data Collection

Crowdsourcing Aids Data Collection
September 20, 2018

Scientist and keynote speaker Dr. Nicole Garneau delivered her seminar “Crowdsourcing: Bigger Data and Broader Impact” to a room of over 50 students and faculty in Winston Hall on Sept. 17. With a...

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