Throughout the summer, students in white lab coats observed chemical reactions, dissected invertebrate nervous systems, carried out many experiments, and performed high-level calculations to further knowledge in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, neuroscience, and earth and oceanographic science.
More than 60 students received fellowships to work in faculty labs in Druckenmiller Hall. This does not include the students who had fellowships to work in labs located in other buildings on campus. (We will profile those labs and their students next summer.)
To provide a sense of the activity that went on in Druckenmiller throughout the summer, we’ve put together an interactive blueprint of the building’s floors. Click the icons to read a bit about the student research and to watch short videos.