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Bright-eyed, bushy-tailed research: Students track gray squirrel activity

While the squirrels scampering around campus are merely scenery for many students’ walks to class, two senior biology majors have made the squirrels their...

Research project measures lead in Flint water samples

Hillsdale alumnus Ethan Wiskur ’17 spent part of his summer working with Professor of Chemistry Mark Nussbaum, investigating a problem close to home: the...

Antibody analysis for autoimmune diseases

In autoimmune diseases, the human body’s own defense system turns against itself, attacking healthy cells and their protein components.  Junior Christine Ausherman spent her summer...

Temple speaks on ethical conservation over government regulation

The father of wildlife conservation, Aldo Leopold, quit his high-ranking job with the U.S. Forest Service after four years, following his belief that conservation...

Crafting a ‘gluten-free’ beer

More than 18 million Americans are gluten-sensitive, according to a study published in Digestion magazine. These Americans are forced to avoid foods containing the...