See what some of our students have been up to as part of the PRISM program.
McCoy Williams '18 spent his summer watching birdfeeders and in the lab looking at frames of the birds in flight to study how birds land and take off in the wild.
Jacob Spain ’17 set out to discover whether the increase in dissolved organic carbon concentration—called "brownification"—has affected the ability of fish to see and capture their prey.
Why buy it online when you can make it yourself?
When Hannah and Rachel Stapleford recently tested the balance and coordination of student-athletes at Amelia County High School, some of whom have had concussions, they weren’t looking for future MVPs.
Rebecca Skelton ’18 and Chelsea Dandridge ’17 have been playing with food lately. In a lab in Chichester, they’re smashing eggs, squishing Cheetos Puffs, soaking popcorn in water and stretching Twizzlers, pretzels and pizza slices.
Bridget Bergquist ’17 slowly poured silica gel, sand and liquid into a glass tube, then watched everything trickle to the bottom.