Abhinav Jha and his collaborators have developed a way to measure the distribution of dangerous radiation associated with cancer treatments.
An interdisciplinary team led by the lab of Srikanth Singamaneni has developed a new way to better visualize the proteins secreted by cells.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a five-year $1.67 million grant to Chuan Wang, assistant professor at the McKelvey School of Engineering, for research on preterm birth. Wang and an interdisciplinary team will develop soft sensors with stretchable electrodes to generate 3D maps of the uterine surface and better understand contractions.
The Water Environment Federation has named Zhen “Jason” He a 2022 fellow.
A new technological pairing from the lab of Quing Zhu at the McKelvey School of Engineering may lead to an improved diagnostic tool for colorectal cancer.
A grant from the National Science Foundation will allow Amit Pathak to take a closer look at how certain cells use priming and memory to respond to new tissues.
Kimberly Parker at the McKelvey School of Engineering will use a grant from the Herman Frasch Foundation for Chemical Research to better understand dicamba volatilization.
Fuzhong Zhang, at the McKelvey School of Engineering, will use a National Science Foundation grant to more closely study the muscle fiber titin, along with other exotic materials.
The McKelvey School of Engineering’s Joshua Yuan and collaborators have developed a plant-based material to help safely clean up harmful “forever chemicals.”
Alvitta Ottley, assistant professor at the McKelvey School of Engineering, recently received the Young Researcher and Best Short Paper awards at the EuroVis annual visualization conference. The awards recognize Ottley’s research in creating personalized and adaptive visualization systems.