William & Mary’s Commonwealth Center for Energy and the Environment had its genesis about a decade ago after members of the university’s Board of Visitors expressed interest in encouraging new research, especially interdisciplinary initiatives.
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Dr. Daniel Borrus, of Applied Science successfully defends his Ph.D. Dissertation.
Dr. Margaret Rooney, of Applied Science successfully defends her Ph.D. Dissertation.
Dr. Spencer Kirn, of Applied Science successfully defends his Ph.D. Dissertation.
William & Mary researchers say compound in fish could be key to defeating cancer.
Many of the most effective human medicines and therapies have had their origin in nature. Myriam Cotten says there’s a good reason for researchers to look to flora and fauna when seeking new therapies.
Patch-Seq is shorthand for “patch-clamp, followed by next-generation sequencing.” It’s a collaborative procedure that’s only been performed in a few labs.
Dr. Prajkta Kallurkar, of Applied Science successfully defends her Ph.D. Dissertation.
Four W&M students were recently awarded fellowships from the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), a program aimed at increasing diversity among college and university faculty.
Applied Science Ph.D. candidate, Benjamin Skopic is set to swim the 200 IM at the Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska.
Two Ph.D. students in William & Mary’s Department of Applied Science are recipients of Doctoral Scholars Program Fellowships of the Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), a program aimed at increasing diversity among college and university STEM faculty.
The Cotten Lab published an article in the Journal of Physical Chemistry (JPC) Letters, titled “ Coordination of Redox Ions within a Membrane-Binding Peptide: A Tale of Aromatic Rings.”
Dr. Peiwen Liu, of Applied Science successfully defends his Ph.D. Dissertation.
Applied Science Ph.D. candidate, Prajkta Kallurkar is the recipient of a GSA Remote Conference Award.
Cypher VI, the 2021 version of William & Mary’s student-run hackathon is set for April 9-11 – and it’s entirely online.
Applied Science Ph.D. candidate, Eden Maness has secured a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Harvard University beginning August 2021.
Victor Li, APSC undergraduate research student, wins International Student Achievement Award.
In this article, the Schniepp Lab collaborated with Deakin University in Australia to characterize silver nanoparticles synthesized in situ on silkworm silk nanofibrils.
The William & Mary Green Fee, established in 2008 by student request, has provided over $1.6 million in funding for sustainability-related projects. This fall, the W&M Committee on Sustainability (COS) awarded Green Fee proposals for seven sustainability-related projects, totaling $24,038.
Ryan Chaban was one of six graduate students and postdoc fellows selected for the inaugural Commonwealth of Virginia Engineering and Science (COVES) Fellowship.
Daniel Borrus began his Ph.D. research at William & Mary with what he thought was going to be an easy experiment, just to get his feet wet in neurophysiology research.