See how our students and professors are coming up with ways to make the most out of their alternative learning arrangements.
Geoff Hutchinson, who studied biochemistry and pre-medicine, has taken the skills he gained as an undergraduate researcher at Ball State and applied them to the high-stakes work developing a vaccine for the new coronavirus.
A Ball State innovation fellow, using robotic printing, creates scores of concrete pieces that connect into a structure that lets air and light flow through.
Working with tribal leaders, Ball State’s Applied Anthropology Laboratories sheds new light on what really happened at the Battle of St. Clair’s Defeat.
As an immersive learning project, members Ball State’s chapter of the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts worked with chemistry and biology students to feature their research in a comic book format. The project won a national award.
It’s a little after midnight aboard the exploration vessel Nautilus as Taylorann Smith, ’18, posts on social media: “This for sure makes the Top 10 Coolest Things I’ve seen in my lifetime.” What Smith is seeing, via a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) named Hercules, is a variety of scavenging creatures banqueting on the corpse of a […]