The effects of tarantula toxins on the nervous system is a hot topic in the neurology field today. Enter Charlie Good: a rising senior majoring in chemistry at Eastern Mennonite University who is interning at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland.
Good works in the molecular physiology and biophysics section under the guidance of p ...More
When David Showalter decided to focus on plant pathology, he didn’t anticipate he’d ever mount an online donation campaign to support his research. But Showalter, a 2009 biochemistry graduate of Eastern Mennonite University, is writing press releases, explaining collected data, and producing video segments in efforts to capture the attent ...More
Charlie Good synthesizes organic chemicals, websites, and contemporary band music – fusing the realms of creation and analysis.
“There’s definitely art in science,” says the third-year chemistry major at Eastern Mennonite University. Advanced lab work depends more on technique than step-by-step instruction. When recrystallizing a su ...More
Throughout summer 2009 EMU students worked closely with professors on hands-on, extensive research projects on campus and overseas.
Matthew Siderhurst, assistant professor of chemistry at EMU
How non-native insects can be introduced into habitats and sometimes become serious pests is the subject of the next Suter Science C ...More
Eastern Mennonite University will have nine new undergraduate teaching faculty members when the fall semester opens Aug. 30, 2006.
The new faculty, announced by Dr. Beryl H. Brubaker, EMU provost, and Dr. Marie S. Morris, vice president and undergraduate academic dean, are: