Samantha Singh '14, presents her novel hypothesis on the evolution of rabies yesterday during a poster fair at the Holyoke Center. The new General Education class, The Evolution of Medicine, will compile all the students' corresponding papers into a journal of evolutionary medicine.
After teaching fellows distributed chips to the roughly 300 students in the audience, history professor Laurel T. Ulrich and senior lecturer Ivan Gaskell, who co-teach the course, instructed students to write down observations about the chips they held in their hands.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences announced its decision Wednesday to continue its relationship with the Alícia Foundation and famous chef Ferran Adrià—founders of the popular course Science of the Physical Universe 27: “Science and Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to Soft Matter”—following a successful first semester of the class.
Since the very beginning, Physical Universe 27, “Science and Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to the Science of Soft Matter” has found itself at the center of attention for its ability to attract not only science concentrators, but also the larger undergraduate population.
Students lined the stairs and poured out of the double doors of a Science Center Hall yesterday, as Applied Mathematics and Applied Physics Professor Michael P. Brenner debuted the new course "Science and Cooking: From Haute Cuisine to the Science of Soft Matter."