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Rafting & Research: Frontiers in Discovery

I grew up river rafting out west. Aside from the excitement of big water, I loved the fact that when you’re on the river

Resurrecting the Reef: Undergrad’s research goes global

Kharis Schrage, a junior here at William & Mary, works in the the Allen Lab where she studies delicate marine invertebrates called hemichordates (a

4th Rock from the Sun: Human Exploration of Mars – the Planetary Geology Research Projects 2016

Forty years ago, in the summer of 1976, NASA placed two spacecraft in orbit around Mars and then safely got the Viking 1 and

Wise Consumption – Redefining sustainability and what it means to ‘have it all’

When we think about our future, what our “ideal” life would be, and what would ultimately make us happy, many of us envision the

Mimicking Nature: Seagrass Restoration in the Bay

Sometimes all it takes is the “perfect storm of events” to align a scientist with the passion that will drive their career. In 1969,

Rabble with a Cause- W&M Geology at Menokin

Menokin is an 18th Century Georgian-style plantation house on Virginia’s Northern Neck, which was the residence of Francis Lightfoot Lee and Rebecca Tayloe Lee.

Go Outside – Doctor’s Orders

When was the last time that you went outside, and I mean really went outside, and completely submersed yourself in nature? How did you

CSI: Sea Turtle Edition

Never have I felt so responsible for the delicate nature of life than I did when I had the opportunity to release a sea

You, Me, and Sustainability

It seems like just yesterday that I was in 2nd grade at Arlington Science Focus School singing songs like “Swing With Me on the