Searching for a cure

Searching for a cure

Katie Leisen ’15 watched as her grandfather and great-grandmother struggled with the effects of Alzheimer’s disease. She felt their frustration over losing their independence while trying to make sense of a world that no longer made sense. So, when Leisen wanted to...
Students team up to study ant behavior

Students team up to study ant behavior

Mae Yang ’15 and Aleah Bingham ’15 learned a lot about the common, western thatching ant after six months of intensive study—including that they bite. Bingham, a Biology major and Chemistry and Environmental Biology minor from Eden Prairie, and Yang, an Environmental...
3D printer technology improves classroom learning

3D printer technology improves classroom learning

Dr. Nathan Lien, assistant professor of chemistry, holds up a model constructed on Saint Mary’s University’s recently acquired 3D printer. This model is a representation of the probability distribution of an electron in an “f orbital,” such as those found around...
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