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Freshman Science students journeyed into the SEA (Science Education Alliance) at the start of the semester. This is a year long research initiative where students will isolate bacteriophages from soil and through genetic sequencing identify various strains of bacteriophages in the environment. This is sponsored by HHMI and Marywood is 1 of only 104 schools nationwide invited to participate.

Marywood University Science Department added 22 new photos to the album: SEA-PHAGES.
Freshman Science students journeyed into the SEA (Science Education Alliance) at the start of the semester. This is a year long research initiative where students will isolate bacteriophages from soil and through genetic sequencing identify various strains of bacteriophages in the environment. This is sponsored by HHMI and Marywood is 1 of only 104 schools nationwide invited to participate.

2016-09-23
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Congrats to Biotechnology Masters graduate Alisha Pitchford who presented at the MARM of the ACS last Friday at the College of Mount St. Vincent in Riverdale, NY. Alisha presented her work in the Medicinal Chemistry Symposium

2016-06-21
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News & Events

Remodeling Buildings into Modern, Sustainable STEM Facilities

A Tradeline article from 8-13-14, featuring Marywood's science lab, discusses how cost and energy savings can be achieved without new construction.


Organic Chemistry Teaching and Research Laboratory Renovations

a Tradeline article published on 6-18-2014 discusses recent science lab renovations at Marywood.


Anatomical Halloween

11-1-13 Human Gross Anatomy, Dr. Steven Reggie


Fall 2013 Department Highlights and Announcements

Stephanie Marie Hadley has been accepted into the Robert Packer Hospital School of Clinincal Laboratory Sciences for the Fall 2013 semester.


New Organic Chemistry Lab is Open!!

The University’s excellent education has been greatly enhanced by the newly renovated organic chemistry laboratory that allows the University to expand its instrumentation and further its research efforts.