Why doesn’t anyone hit .400 any more? And why is leather used for baseballs? School of Sciences and Mathematics professors answer these questions and more.
College of Charleston alumna Caitlin Black ’12, who is working on a Ph.D. in zoology at the University of Oxford, is part of a research project that uses crowd-sourcing to study penguins.
Physics professor Joe Carson and biology major Hannah Wilson are part of a research team that invented a digital imaging tool that can help diagnose cancerous lesions.
Puss caterpillars look a lot like Donald Trump’s hair, but don’t be fooled – they pack a serious punch. Here are five things you need to know from Professor Brian Scholtens.
Six undergraduate students perform research in computational neuroscience and learn about a new side to this popular field.
Biology professor Andrew Clark is studying hagfish in the hope that their unique feeding and knotting behaviors could lead to advances in the design and safety of climbing rope.
Biology major Zach Brooker can’t imagine a more perfect place to study the natural environment than Alaska. He’s spending his summer there as part of an internship studying salmon populations in Prince William Sound.
Ever wonder why it’s so hard to catch a scurrying cockroach? College of Charleston neurobiologist Jeff Triblehorn explains why the Palmetto bug is so adept at sensing threats.