Science on Display | Bellevue University

COVID-19, caused by the novel coronavirus, has captured the attention of scientists, healthcare professionals, and concerned citizens. One way to improve public health efforts to slow COVID-19 spread is to know...

Every year, Bellevue University recognizes and awards faculty for their contribution to teaching and service to the university. Peers and students have a chance to nominate the faculty for one of...

Whether it’s milk, dark or white chocolate this unique food has always been associated with pleasure, but can chemistry tell us why? Our craving for chocolate may arise from its chemical...

Dr. Tyler Moore and Bellevue University alum Jennifer Mather recently published a paper on their research into how viruses can avoid being eliminated by the immune system in order to persist...

In the summer of 2016 we went through a complete redesign of the science labs at Bellevue University. This was a close collaboration between the global architecture company HDR and the...

At the BU Science Labs we take the ‘real learning for real life’ quite literally, especially when it comes to brewing beer. Every year our Microbiology students learn in depth about...

By Dr. Tyler Moore I had the wonderful opportunity to spend two weeks studying in the Gene Regulatory Networks in Development course at the Marine Biology Laboratory (MBL) at Woods Hole,...

This week the World Wildlife Fund reported their studies on the Living Planet Index, which found that the population sizes of more than 4,000 animal species have declined by 60 %...