A group of Santa Clara faculty and students has produced technology that can identify arsenic levels in water. They call it the “Lab-on-a-Chip.”
Two months ago, Santa Clara’s Faculty Senate passed a resolution opposing previous changes in the university’s health care policy. A meeting Wednesday between the Faculty Senate and the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees furthered formal discussion regarding an appeal of the removal of elective abortion coverage.
Campus organization volunteers are limited John Flynn THE SANTA CLARA October 24, 2013 A shortage of tuberculosis tests has prevented members of the Santa Clara Community Action Program from helping[…]