As the field of forensics evolves, more complex evidence is being processed with greater precision, sensitivity and speed than ever before. To give a real-life example, consider a bank robbery where the perpetrator uses a pen, available to all customers,…
Ph.D. Student Earns National Fellowship (Video)
Research by Elizabeth Droge-Young, a Ph.D. student in biology in the College of Arts and Sciences, has caught the attention of the American Association of University Women (AAUW). This past fall, she received AAUW’s annual American Dissertation Fellowship for her continuing work with the evolving reproductive traits of flour beetles.
Here is a transcript of the attached video.