Biology Department doctoral alumnus Julie Robinson and Chief Scientist of NASA's International Space Station on how research happening in space is changing our lives here on Earth.

Alumni feature: Julie Robinson

Alumni & Friends

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Building a future of discovery, together

We are a college of accomplished faculty and inventive students, leading researchers and scientific pioneers. Every day, these great minds take on complex challenges and unearth groundbreaking solutions for problems we all care about. Imagine where we could go if we work together to support them. Will you join us?

Happening at the College of Science

Rick Kraus smiles, wearing a blue shirt in the foreground with green foliage in the background.

Paving the Wolf Pack Way: Rick Kraus '07

Paving the Wolf Pack Way is a series of stories showcasing Wolf Pack Way alumni from the College of Science.

Construction workers erect concrete building frames.

Building greener buildings

Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering professor finds ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the building sector, up to 9.4 gigatons of carbon dioxide through 2050

A vial of bright yellow crystalline vulpinic acid sits on a lab bench next to various fuzzy lichens.

NASA grant funds research for sunscreen on Mars

High radiation on Mars is one of the many reasons the Red Planet seems inhospitable. Two chemistry professors from the University are using solutions from early Earth to solve that problem on Mars.