Even while online, 5C Science Bus provides elementary-aged students with opportunities to explore science topics through engaging, in-depth activities.
Gene editing can improve our lives in multiple ways if used under strict regulation, argues Leah Voudouri PO ’24.
Although it may feel like COVID-19 came out of nowhere, the meat industry, among other human practices, created the perfect conditions for new highly infectious diseases to arise. Going vegetarian could help prevent a future pandemic, says Max Proctor CM ’22.
Construction of the new 70,000-square foot Scripps Pitzer Science Center, which is expected to be completed by spring 2023, is set to begin later this spring.
University of Oxford science philosopher John Lennox visited Harvey Mudd College on Oct. 10 to discuss the intersection of religion and science.
Joe Biasi, a geology graduate student at the California Institute of Technology, explains how lava flows can tell us about Earth’s history.
Stories of recent flooding in the Midwest have made headlines across the country, and the disaster has affected 5C students.
According to Paul Shaw, a neuroscientist at Washington University in St. Louis, catching up on sleep isn’t as simple as it seems.
Professor Tracy Gregg, the guest at Pomona College’s 39th Woodford-Eckis Lectureship last week, is paving the way for women in STEM. As the first woman hired in the geology department at the University at Buffalo, she said she has dealt with her fair share of gender discrimination, but ultimately worked
Many 5C students lamented the cold weather and rain that hit Claremont and the surrounding Los Angeles area this week. And although 50 degrees and cloud cover is unusual for Southern California, no one has been hit harder by the elements this January than those living in the Midwest or