Summer research at Bowdoin is an increasingly important part of the College's academic program, offering students opportunities for high-level, faculty-mentored research -- and giving faculty members time to work on their own research and scholarship. Over 100 students have received fellowships for 2006 summer research, in fields as diverse as chemistry, biology, English, psychology, music, economics, robotics, and others.

Coastal Influences: A Tale of Two Artists

What were the chances that two artists roaming over 100 acres of woodlands and several miles of Maine coastline would be drawn to the same root-bound cliff for inspiration?

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Researcher Defines New Terrain in Computing Power

Computer scientist Laura Toma is developing new applications to give desktops the power of supercomputers.

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