May 5, 2023
RIT graduates seek careers in growing health care field
Elle Holland discovered her dream job as a genetic counselor while still in high school, and she came to RIT to become a scientist as the first step toward her career goal. She is one of several 2023 graduates finding careers in health care.
March 8, 2023
Human genome editing offers tantalizing possibilities – but without clear guidelines, many ethical questions still remain
Essay by Andre Hudson, professor and interim dean of the College of Science, and Gary Skuse, professor in the Thomas H. Gosnell School of Life Sciences, published by The Conversation.
April 11, 2022
Science and law class culminates in mock trial
The course Honors Science and the Law: Biological, Ethical and Legal Perspectives emphasizes how science permeates the profession of law and concludes with a mock trial, giving students the opportunity to use scientific evidence like cell phone triangulation, medical assessments, and crash reconstruction in the context of a real case.
April 7, 2020
Find out how blending biology and computer science brings bioinformaticians to the forefront of research and discovery.