Cavitt uses summer grant funds to 'gross out' bacteria
T. Brian Cavitt, associate professor from the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, focused his summer on methods to inhibit growth of microbes with his work, “Bacteria are tacky, but not for long…”
2018 Student Scholar Symposium: Lipscomb research on display
Lipscomb University held the seventh annual Student Scholars Symposium on April 12, with over 300 undergraduate and graduate students participating in the interdisciplinary event.
The chemistry of rock salt on a wintry day
One of the staple items for winter weather preparedness is salt. Brian Cavitt, associate professor of chemistry, shared insight on the chemistry behind how this compound can help drivers traverse wintry driving conditions.
Biology program named No. 1 in the nation
The Lipscomb University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences’ biology program has been ranked No. 1 in the nation in the “Top 10 Christian College Biological Degree Programs 2017” ranking recently released by Christian Universities Online.
Students enjoy updated, spacious labs in completed McFarland
The recently completed 24,000-square-foot addition boasts six new science labs.
Instrumental Methods class presented water quality report at Henry Horton State Park
The Fall 2015 Instrumental Methods of Analysis class presented an analytical report on the water quality at Henry Horton State Park in December, 2015.
Students presented research at the SERMACS conference
Students presented research at the 2015 SERMACS meeting in Memphis, Tennessee.
2015 Langford-Yates Scholarships
Lincoln Shade and Jordan Beale awarded Langford-Yates Scholarships for summer research.
Jordan Beale receives Ward Scholarship
Sigma Xi Inductions
Three Lipscomb chemistry majors were inducted into Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society on April 22, 2015 in a ceremony at Vanderbilt University. Congratulations to Sarah Brady, Angela Pham, and Lincoln Shade!