Prof. Swinton is an ecological economist who concentrates on problems involving ecosystem services, crop pest and nutrient management, precision agriculture, resource conservation, and management of risks to human health and finances.
is a publication by Science in Society, a Northwestern University research center for science outreach and public engagement.
With support from Science in Society and visiting scientists and faculty, high school students in this program undertake a genetics case study, learn about a hereditary health disorder, and use DNA-based laboratory diagnostics to determine the likelihood of mutation in the fictional patient. Afterward, students assess risk around...
The 2019 winners of the Northwestern Scientific Images Contest represent advances across a wide range of disciplines including medicine, chemistry, engineering, physics and astronomy. This gallery... Read More