What's distinctive about a science education at Trinity? Is it the outstanding lab facilities and up-to-date research equipment worthy of a large university? Partially. The true answer lies in the quality of the learning that takes place at Trinity, an experience that is directly related to how closely students and professors collaborate. At Trinity, the low student/faculty ratio means students get to know their professors as friends, working with them one-on-one and conducting original research. Often, this research collaboration results in student presentations at national conferences and publication in top science journals. Our science students are offered a wealth of curricular opportunities across disciplines, from biology and neuroscience to environmental science and engineering, so that they gain both a broader understanding of scientific activity and the chance to engage in research early in their careers.