CNU dives into cadavers

Human anatomy lab at CNU promotes hands-on learning through the use of cadavers Operating on a cadaver is a significant experience when one is preparing to become a surgeon; however, most students who are training for this profession do not get this encounter until they go to graduate school. Here at CNU, students going into…

Music and science, an unlikely match

CNU’s Dr. Tfirn begins research surrounding the science of sonification For centuries, scientists have used visual mediums in order to transform sets of data into bar graphs, line graphs, chart graphs, etc. More recently, scientists have been using a different method called sonification to represent numerical data. Sonification is the process of turning numerical data…

Scientific discovery meets moral dialectics

Review of TheaterCNU’s production “An Experiment with an Air Pump” On Friday, Oct. 4, TheaterCNU premiered “An Experiment with an Air Pump,” a play written by Shelagh Stephenson and directed by Denise Gillman. The play focuses on ethical dilemmas in terms of scientific research throughout the timeline of humankind. Set between two different time periods…