Former Citadel students look to make 3D printing accessible

Ethan Warner and Benjamin Scott founded Evolve 3D to streamline 3D printing and make an otherwise expensive printer more affordable and accessible.

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Citadel Biology Department to Class of 2020: Congratulations!

The Citadel Biology Department put together a video message from faculty, staff and students to congratulate the Class of 2020.

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At 80, SC biologist, former Citadel professor still working to study and save the planet

After a distinguished career as a biologist, conservationist, teacher and more, Porcher has hardly slowed in his efforts to study and save the planet.

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Change leading research directed by Dr. John Weinstein

The head of The Citadel Biology Department, John Weinstein, Ph.D., is leading change through ongoing, collaborative environmental toxicology research.

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Pondering Plastic – Wildlife, Bans and Trash

Citadel professor John Weinstein, Ph.D. interviewed for a three-part series on plastic pollution in the ocean by South Carolina Public Radio

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Oceans, human health; climate change focus of unique new $5.7 million alliance

More than 20 researchers from five colleges and universities are beginning their work aimed at better protecting human health through the new Center for Oceans and Human Health and Climate Change Interactions.

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Plastic scraps from Charleston Harbor make for trashy art

A group of cadets from The Citadel have entered a diving pelican sculpture in the Port Royal Sound Foundation Recycled Art Contest, to be judged against other schools and groups for a potential $2,000 in prizes.

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My ring story: thanking God every day for my friends at The Citadel

I became someone here‚ąíthis was the place where I found the courage to stand up for myself against the injustices done to me in the past.

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Plastics: The Final Straw?

This week we tackle the War on Straws and how worried we should be about all the plastic filling our oceans.

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Undergraduate research: refuting scientific dogma to prove a cellular discovery

A living cell has thousands of internal parts. The movement of those parts is at the center of a research effort led by a Citadel biology professor.

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