The Science of Small
Labs in LSA are using Nobel Prize-winning microscope techniques to observe single molecules inside cells. The new view magnifies major possibilities for how we may one day see the world.

Little Kids, Big Ideas
Former Interim Dean Susan Gelman’s pioneering research has opened up an entirely new understanding of how sophisticated children’s thoughts really are.

The Last Video Store
LSA Professor Daniel Herbert took a road trip to learn about the people who work in small-town video stores—before those stores disappear.

Art with Strings Attached
An LSA Ph.D. student studies how little puppets can be used to tell big stories in Kazakhstan and around the world.

Pillow Talk
The dust mite: a tiny bug that travels the globe by clinging to your carry-on bag. One LSA researcher wants to figure out how mites migrate and predict the allergic reactions they cause.

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