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    The number of Skidmore science majors has doubled in a decade. Find out why.
    Sep 13 2016
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    Soil organic matter accumulates more and stores more carbon dioxide in some forest types than in others. The research team of Kurt Smemo, Dan Casarella '18, and Jen Cristiano '18 have turned to the Adirondacks to find out why.
    Jul 8 2016
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    Science--from medicine to food, from phones to fuels--is changing everything. At an Oct. 24 summit, Skidmore alumni and other experts will share their insights.
    Oct 12 2015
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    A weeklong residency kicks off with a talk on embracing a career in art and science. Hayley Gillespie will draw on her experience as an ecologist and artist to share insight on interdisciplinary intersections.
    Oct 26 2013
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    A comparison of artificial sweeteners to sugar was one of more than 60 topics on which students presented at last week's final session of the Student Faculty Summer Research Program.
    Aug 6 2013
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    Four of Skidmore's most accomplished interaction designers will speak on campus April 9. Their focus: What will computer software enable us to do next?
    Mar 19 2013
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    Sallie (Penny) Chisholm '69 will receive the National Medal of Science for her revolutionary work in oceanography, especially the role played by photosynthetic microorganisms in sustaining ocean ecosystems.
    Jan 8 2013
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    An interactive teaching method that has proven its worth in college physics and is entering other fields will be developed in computer science, thanks to a two-year, $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.
    Nov 7 2012
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    Skidmore has a new, high-tech laboratory for getting at the chemical subtleties behind climate change, paleontology, toxicology, and much more.
    Nov 5 2012
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    In the first academic event sponsored by the New York 6 Liberal Arts Consortium, just over 100 students from seven upstate liberal arts colleges came to Skidmore Saturday to report the results of their summer research projects. Plans already are being made to repeat the event next year.
    Oct 3 2011