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CMU is the only university in Michigan with an undergraduate degree in microscopy. Biology department
The physics department is a member of the American Physics Society Bridge Program, a national effort to increase the number of physics Ph.D.s awarded to underrepresented students. American Physics Society
CMU faculty member Xantha Karp has received a grant from the National Institutes of Health to continue her research into new stem cell therapies. Xantha Karp, Biology, CST
Mark Francek, CMU geography professor, was named the 2016 College Science Teacher of the Year by the Michigan Science Teachers Association.Michigan Science Teachers Association
CMU has been awarded a second $10 million grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to continue research aimed at protecting the Coastal Wetlands of the Great Lakes.EPA
CMU's certificate program fermentation science was the first of its kind in Michigan to provide a hands-on education focused on craft beer and the sixth such program in the United States. CMU News
CMU's annual Fleming Lecture Series brings to campus some of the world's best mathematical minds, including Sir Timothy Gowers, Terence Tao and S.R.S. Varadhan.En-Bing Lin
The mesocosm research facility at the Biological Station on Beaver Island, funded by a National Science Foundation grant, allows faculty and students to do replicated experiments in 12, 250-gallon experimental tanks. CMU Media Channel
CMU’s Institute for Great Lakes Research is managing its second $10 million grant from the EPA to monitor and assess the health of Great Lakes coastal wetlands, which supports a $7.5 billion commercial and sports fishery. CMU Media Channel
CMU physics professor Marco Fornari and a six-scientist team have been awarded  $8.5 million from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop and apply computational methods to replace expensive, rare chemical elements from critical technologies. CMU Media Channel
CMU is among eight universities and six labs nationally to be part of a $15 million, five-year project gaining insights into the physics of atomic nuclei. CMU Media Channel