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Angela M. Oliverio portrait

(May 23, 2024)

Biology Professor Receives NSF Grant to Study “Community Coalescence”

Angela Oliverio is studying what happens when microbiomes mix, reassemble and potentially change functions.

Packrats in a midden nest.

(April 30, 2024)

A&S Biologist Calls for Protection and More Studies of Natural Time Capsules of Climate Change

Ancient rodent nests—or middens—offer critical ecological and evolutionary archives of the last 50,000 years. Katie Becklin helps lead an effort for midden preservation and study.

A group of students standing in front of Cybeles Palace.

(April 9, 2024)

Unlocking Global Opportunities

A&S | Maxwell offer tailored study abroad programs for science and pre-health majors.

A suction cup sound and movement tag being deployed on the back of a humpback whale.

(March 15, 2024)

Caller ID of the Sea

Syracuse University biologists use a novel method of simultaneous acoustic tagging to gain insights into the link between whale communication and behavior.

portrait of a woman

(March 12, 2024)

Biology Professor Named SU’s First Partnership for Undergraduate Life Sciences Education Fellow

Professor Heather Coleman will collaborate with other faculty across the country to enhance undergraduate biology instruction.

Hall of Languages in Winter

(Jan. 17, 2024)

New Faces, Rising Stars Join A&S in Spring 2024

Meet the new professors teaching in the College of Arts and Sciences this spring.

Graphic representing how assembly and disassembly of UBQLN2 condensates can be regulated by protein quality control components such as polyubiquitin chains of different sizes and topologies.

(Oct. 24, 2023)

The Goldilocks Effect: A&S Researchers Find Parameters of Polyubiquitin that are ‘Just Right’ for Biomolecular Condensate Formation

Carlos Castañeda is among a team of researchers whose study on protein regulation was published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

Carlos Castaneda and Jessica MacDonald

(Sept. 14, 2023)

Setting the Agenda in Biology Research: Two A&S Faculty Members Join NIH Peer-Review Committees

Associate Professors Carlos Castañeda and Jessica MacDonald have accepted standing memberships with NIH study sections, with terms that began this July.