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“What does it mean to see an object?” Gavin King’s question at first seems philosophical. During last year’s Biophysics and Your Body summer program, King’s collaborators posed a task for a group of middle school students: determine the contents of a shoebox without opening it. The students were given some materials and left to their creative wills.

Published March 25, 2013

“As Far as the Pi Can See”

“As Far as the Pi Can See”

Carmen Chicone

Professor of Mathematics

Published February 07, 2008

Pulling Women from the River

Pulling Women from the River

Tina Bloom

Assistant Professor, School of Nursing

Published October 28, 2009

Reading the Visual

Reading the Visual

Nancy M. West

Associate Professor, English Department

Published February 13, 2008

Watching Wildlife with an Eye toward Conservation

Watching Wildlife with an Eye toward Conservation

Matt Gompper

Associate Professor, Fisheries and Wildlife

Published July 26, 2006

Treasure Troves from the Past

Treasure Troves from the Past

Steven Watts

Professor, History

Published March 17, 2009