Ken Rinaldo, a celebrated artist, spoke at the Benton Museum of Art on Nov. 17 about his bio-art works, which meld technological and natural realms to analyze and amplify living systems. His work included robotic art installations and sound sculptures. His work addresses biological concerns and envisions interspecies and trans-species communication. The talk concluded with a workshop where participants created microbial self-portraits.
Pomona alumni and scientist Katie Pollard was elected to the National Academy of Medicine for her groundbreaking work in biology.
CMC professor Lars Schmitz discovered a new gigantic species of dinosaur-era marine reptile as part of a Keck-funded team.
Sofia Dartnell PO ’22 has always had a bee in her bonnet about studying insects. After graduation, she’ll take her passion for pollinators across the pond thanks to the Gates Cambridge Scholarship, which provides a full-cost scholarship to the University of Cambridge.
Pomona College Professor of Biology Nina Karnovsky is crying fowl about an overlooked issue in the avian world—up to a billion birds in North America die from flying into windows each year and Pomona College is no different.
Gene editing can improve our lives in multiple ways if used under strict regulation, argues Leah Voudouri PO ’24.
Through adaptation and innovation, HMC BioMakerspace launched a virtual speaker series to engage students in biology-related topics.