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The Joy of Chinese Cooking

August 17, 2020

Michelle King’s childhood memories are filled with the images and tastes of delicious Chinese recipes. While she grew up in Midland, Michigan, her parents cooked a large Chinese meal for their family each night, occasionally pulling recipes from the technicolor … Read more

During a Pandemic, Strong Public Policy Can Save Lives

May 5, 2020

When it comes to a country’s ability to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease, strong public health policy can mean the difference between life or death for millions. Benjamin Mason Meier, a professor in the Department of Public Policy at … Read more

Biomechanics on the Fly

April 13, 2020

When biology graduate student Pranav Khandelwal set out to understand how gliding lizards manage collision-free flight in the cluttered Indian rainforest, he was taking a huge leap of faith. During the university’s spring break in 2015, his lab director, Tyson … Read more