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“The biggest lesson that RIC has taught me is that no matter where you are, where you start from, you can still succeed and be great,” says Chelsea Yang, an accomplished athlete and promising biology researcher.
This first-of-its-kind scholarship is an investment from RIMI in the future of RIC students and its emerging workforce.
Research in Maia’s lab has focused on fish biomechanics since the summer of 2018.
This grant will provide upgraded lab space and equipment for teaching and learning.
At RIC, research students aren't worker bees, they're collaborators.
Morning is feeding time in the lab of Assistant Professor Larissa Patterson.
"This research opened my eyes to how much I love biology and specifically ecology.”
If you work in a lab long enough, a lot of strange things start to look human.
You’re not going to believe what biology students and their faculty mentors are cooking up in the lab these days ... Try mutant proteins.