Far Side Illuminates Mysteries of the Moon

Far Side Illuminates Mysteries of the Moon

Geologist Brad Jolliff analyzes images of the moon’s far side. His team’s findings on a unique volcanic complex may shed light on how materials got distributed millions of years ago, information that may one day assist in planning future space exploration.
15 Secrets of Rudolph Hall

15 Secrets of Rudolph Hall

The Earth & Planetary Sciences building, one of the most interesting buildings on the Danforth Campus, was recently dedicated Scott Rudolph Hall. Learn about 15 intriguing aspects of this much-loved building.
Shifting Landscape

Shifting Landscape

Professor Carolyn Lesorogol’s profound understanding of pastoralists in northern Kenya informs her research on property ownership and its effects on community and well-being
A Place for Coming Together

A Place for Coming Together

As president and CEO of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum at the World Trade Center, alumnus Joe Daniels has dedicated himself to creating a place of reverence, where visitors may honor memory as well as explore the damaging impacts of terrorism.
Into the Fold

Into the Fold

Biomedical engineer Rohit Pappu directs the new Center for Biological Systems Engineering, where he and a team of key investigators use network approaches to solve problems underlying complex diseases such as cancer and neurodegeneration.
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