Kenyon’s chemistry faculty takes on the complexity of solar-energy research.
Students honored with Franklin Miller Award for creative contributions to campus life.
In a new paper, Associate Professor of Anthropology Bruce Hardy makes a case for the varied skills of the Neanderthals.
The number of students that attended the Midwest Psychological Association Conference in Chicago in May was upstaged only by the diversity of what they presented.
Biologist Joan Slonczewski wins grant to focus on the rapid evolution of E. coli bacteria
The problem of the shrinking number of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields interested her enough to become the subject of her Summer Science Scholars project at Kenyon.
Printing in three dimensions can produce items from wrenches to jewelry to models of ancient masterpieces. And now, thanks to a group of faculty including Professor of Art History Sarah Blick, 3-D printing…
Research by Professor of Biology Siobhan Fennessy shows environmental benefits of converting farmland back to wetlands.
Dogs do laugh, kind of, says neuroscientist Andy Niemiec, whose research addresses the larger question of how humans and animals perceive their world.
During intensive summer program, Kenyon student scientists work alongside top cancer researchers.
What is it about Kenyon that produces such outstanding scientists? At Kenyon students study the science in the context of the other liberal arts, and in these classes they are regularly challenged to look at difficult problems from multiple perspectives…
Kenyon President Sean M. Decatur will join more than 6,000 bicyclists in Pelotonia’s fifth-annual ride to raise money for cancer research.
42 Summer Science Scholars conduct research in anthropology, biology, chemistry, psychology, and physics.
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