Creating smarter, healthier transportation systems
Eleni Bardaka guides her students in developing transportation systems that support a community's physical, mental and sustainable well-being.
Plant patch enables continuous monitoring for crop diseases
Researchers have developed a patch plants can “wear” to monitor continuously for plant diseases or other stresses.
Turning yeast cells into labs for studying drivers of gene regulation
The cells are a more efficient platform for studying proteins that play a key role in regulating gene expression.
‘Nanodecoy’ therapy binds and neutralizes SARS-CoV-2 virus
Nanodecoys can bind to SARS-CoV-2, helping clear the virus faster.
Combining energy storage and solar offers unexpected power reliability boost
This is encouraging news for renewable energy.
Three from CSC win NSF CAREER Awards
Alexander Kapravelos, Christopher Parnin and Ruozhou Yu, all assistant professors in the Department of Computer Science, have each received an NSF CAREER Award.
New twist on DNA data storage lets users preview stored files
Researchers have turned a longstanding challenge in DNA data storage into a useful tool.
Sizes, scales and powers of 10: A virtual environment to compare extreme sizes
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Karen Chen and her team a $1.3 million research grant, allowing them to use virtual reality to improve students' understanding of the extremes of scale in STEM.
Researchers fine-tune control over AI image generation
The new approach allows AI to move or alter elements in an image while keeping them identifiably the same.
How a tougher skin could change the shape of stealth aircraft
A new material promises to make stealth aircraft even stealthier.