“Each living creature must be looked at as a microcosm, formed of a host of self propagating organisms, as numerous as the stars in heaven.” — Charles Darwin

Science news from ScienceNOW

What does Trump’s pick for science adviser think about climate science? A 2014 talk offers clues

Meteorologist Kelvin Droegemeier also suggests 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill was “no catastrophe”

Quantum chicken-or-egg experiment blurs the distinction between before and after

In test, it’s impossible to determine the order of two events

Congo’s new Ebola outbreak is hitting health care workers hard

International help ramps up as virus continues to spread in two provinces

Biology at Creighton

The faculty of Creighton University's Department of Biology are committed to providing an excellent undergraduate biology program encompassing both breadth and depth of biological understanding. We offer foundational and advanced courses across major subdisciplines of biology, with lecture and lab experiences grounded in first principles. Our active research programs and commitment to mentoring students contribute to a rich environment for developing a sound foundation in biology and the scientific method.

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Dr. Fassbinder-Orth’s research on colony collapse disorder in bees was featured on local news stations, including KETV and NET.

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