• Professor Rueckert presented an invited talk on superconductors and low temperature physics  at the Universidad Autonoma De Queretaro in Mexico.

    Foreign Physics

    Professor Rueckert presented an invited talk on superconductors and low temperature physics at the Universidad Autonoma De Queretaro in Mexico.

  • Physics Noble Prize winner Wolfgang Ketterle (second from right) poses with students after delivering the keynote address at the New England Section Meeting of the American Physical Society (APS) hosted by Wentworth.

    Nobel Prize Winner Visits Wentworth

    Physics Noble Prize winner Wolfgang Ketterle (second from right) poses with students after delivering the keynote address at the New England Section Meeting of the American Physical Society (APS) hosted by Wentworth.

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  • BIOL130 Cell and Molecular Biology students build plant, animal, and prokaryotic cells to become familiar with organelles.

    Cell Construction!

    BIOL130 Cell and Molecular Biology students build plant, animal, and prokaryotic cells to become familiar with organelles.

  • Professors Cascio, Sirokman, and O’Brien work with students from physics and industrial design courses to develop a game based laboratory experiment to teach vectors and vector algebra to introductory physics students.

    Sector Vector Game

    Professors Cascio, Sirokman, and O’Brien work with students from physics and industrial design courses to develop a game based laboratory experiment to teach vectors and vector algebra to introductory physics students.

  • Computer Science student Robert Moss poses for a photo with American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson at the 2014 American Physical Society's meeting in Savannah, Georgia.

    American Physical Society Photo Op

    Computer Science student Robert Moss poses for a photo with American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson at the 2014 American Physical Society's meeting in Savannah, Georgia.

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Welcome to the Department of Sciences

The Sciences Department delivers a variety of challenging and motivating scientific experiences in chemistry, biology, physics and undergraduate research designed to impart scientific literacy and support student success across all programs at the Institute.

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