Art courtesy of Ellie Gabriel. In a normal year, you can find Phyllis Mugadza (’22 BS/MPH) hanging out in the Silliman courtyard, giving tours of
In 1938, chemists Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann bombarded a uranium nucleus with a neutron. To their surprise, they discovered that barium and krypton were
Carl Zimmer’s award-winning science journalism regularly features in the New York Times. A Yale alum (’87) and professor adjunct, Zimmer has also authored fourteen books.