Events and opportunities for the public to engage with activities happening at the College of Biological Sciences.
Start planning for your career in medicine during the CBS Pre-Health Career Week. Whether you plan to work in dentistry, medicine, pharmacy, public health, policy or beyond, you can take advantage of the programming available October 12-16.
Start your career planning and preparations this fall and join in on a series of events during the CBS Career Exploration week October 5-8.
Microbes exist in communities just like us and, just like us, they communicate. As scientists come to better understand how they communicate, they are identifying ways to alter that communication to create alternatives to antibiotics, prevent corrosion and much more.
Part of Cheri Stockinger's Birch Bark Quilt created during her artist-in-residency at Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve.
The College of Biological Sciences and the Bell Museum recently wrapped up a three-part series titled Probable Meets Possible this spring. The series brought scientists from across the University shared their thoughts on the probable challenges we face and possible advances that could have a profound impact on the future. Watch the discussions below.
With a background studying disease ecology and the history of science, Susan Jones holds a unique perspective in our challenging and ever-changing times. From the flu to the plague or the current spread of COVID-19, Jones' research and worked has looked at the broader historical context and impact of pandemics and disease spread.