Research is a fundamental component of learning. Without research, learning is dry, dull, and uninspiring. But when students and teachers together explore the realities of the natural world, when they probe deeply, when they struggle to understand relationships and mechanisms, learning becomes exciting. So it is that students and faculty of Andrews Biology work together as a community of scholars to understand the natural world. And with discovery and understanding comes a need to share that with others through reports and publications.
The best way that we can show the intensity of research and the breadth of collaboration is to display a list of publications and reports that are generated from our laboratories and to show how that research is being supported through funded grants.
We are committed to ongoing research and invite prospective students to join us in this excitement.