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Halloween Fun in the Biology Halls

Announcing the winners of the 2nd annual departmental Fall Festival/Halloween Door Decorating Contest!

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W&M Biology Alumnus Publishes Book

W&M Biology Alumnus Dr. Joseph J. Torres, Professor Emeritus at the College of Marine Science, University of South Florida, recently published a text/reference book.

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Cleve Francis’s heartwarming Legacy

Cleve Francis was a graduate student of G. R. "Jack" Brooks in the Department of Biology during the late 60s. He was a huge talent as a singer, self-taught guitar player and folk songwriter. After he finished his master's degree, he went on to medical school, then specialized in cardiology. The Washington Post lead article in the Style section C1-2 on 7 July 2022 tells his story.

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Summer 2022 Research in Mexico

The IIC-sponsored project is teaming scientists with Indigenous people to preserve and monitor the vegetation of their bio-rich ancestral lands and share knowledge with each other.  The project is centered in the trans-Mexican volcanic belt surrounding the southern end of Mexico City. 

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W&M team returns from iGEM competition bearing honors

William & Mary’s undergraduate iGEM team won a Gold Medal and was nominated for a major award at the iGEM Giant Jamboree, the annual conference and award ceremony of the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Foundation.

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Resistance (to science) is futile

Mohamed Noor ’92 brings the science to science fiction as a consultant for “Star Trek: Discovery”

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W&M announces spring, summer 2021 Green Fee awards

With the promotion of sustainable practices at the forefront of these grants, the Committee on Sustainability members approved a total of $35,712 to be spent across a broad spectrum or projects, from academia and research, to operations that advance sustainability on campus.