The Natural Philosopher began in the fall of 2017 on The University of Vermont's campus. Thanks to two senior undergraduate neuroscience students, Chris Keim and Caleb Winn, The Natural Philosopher set out on a mission to expand scientific literacy in the general population. Ever since, TNP has been devoted to producing high-quality scientific writing and artwork accessible to readers of all educational backgrounds. Scientific literature doesn't just have to be for PhDs!
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Welcome to The Natural Philosopher! We represent the University of Vermont's first and only science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) publication. Founded in 2017, we aim to produce interesting and accessible articles and artwork using primary scientific literature.
We feel that science research is often lost on the general public because of obscure language and concepts, and as students involved in and interested by scientific research, we want to share the important and fascinating things uncovered by scientists today.
WHO WE ARE
Junior Computer Science major, molecular genetics minor from Newburyport, MA. Formerly did research in the plant bio department at UVM and interned at Biogen. Interested in innovations in technology and genetics
Junior Microbiology major with minors in Computer Science & Bioinformatics. I have been working in the Thali Lab in the MMG department since my freshman year researching HIV.
Meet the Writers and Artists
Nat Phil Alumni
A special thanks to all of our former contributors!
Avery St. Sauveur