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Wanted: Answers and Impact

As a research university, we have a responsibility to seek fundamental truths and develop solutions to society’s most pressing problems. The impact of our work can be felt from the streets of Worcester to the savannas of Africa and the Arctic tundra.

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Teachers. Mentors. Pioneers.

Faculty Research

From Siberia to China to downtown Worcester, our faculty members follow their curiosity in many directions as they pursue their research. Their groundbreaking discoveries shape not only their respective fields, but also their lessons and lectures in the classroom.

Our Stories

Adding another dimension to biology

Biochemistry students learn about viruses via 3D-printed models

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Nature story highlights Clark mentorship

Reef specialist touts Professor Robertson’s guidance

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Development threatens tropical forests

Report: Rural communities, biodiversity at risk

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Adding another dimension to biology

Biochemistry students learn about viruses via 3D-printed models

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Nature story highlights Clark mentorship

Reef specialist touts Professor Robertson’s guidance

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Development threatens tropical forests

Report: Rural communities, biodiversity at risk

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Adding another dimension to biology

Biochemistry students learn about viruses via 3D-printed models

Read More
Nature story highlights Clark mentorship

Reef specialist touts Professor Robertson’s guidance

Read More
Development threatens tropical forests

Report: Rural communities, biodiversity at risk

Read More
Adding another dimension to biology

Biochemistry students learn about viruses via 3D-printed models

Read More
Nature story highlights Clark mentorship

Reef specialist touts Professor Robertson’s guidance

Read More
Student honored by World Food Prize group

IDCE student seeks to improve global food security

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Hands-on. Minds-on.

Undergraduate Research

Clark undergraduates work side-by-side with faculty researchers as part of a process we call elbow teaching — collaborating closely to make essential scholarly contributions. How will you make a difference?

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Question Everything

Graduate Research

As part of Clark’s vibrant community of daring thinkers, you’ll collaborate with faculty experts and talented, insightful peers. Your research will become part of an essential body of knowledge that advances understanding and creates a positive impact.