Professor Zhongming Liu
February 4, 2016
Our fingerprints identify us, and that’s about all they can do. Zhongming Liu gathers far more useful kinds of fingerprints — maps of neural circuitry and activity in our brains, which will truly characterize us and help us understand and treat mental illness and neurological disorders.
Professor Thomas Talavage
February 4, 2016
Engineering healthier brains through the assessment, treatment and prevention of neurophysiologic injury and disease
Professor Zubin Jacob
January 29, 2016
New transparent metamaterials under development could make possible computer chips and interconnecting circuits that use light instead of electrons to process and transmit data, representing a potential leap in performance.
Professor Peide
January 28, 2016
Transistors with compound-semiconductor nanowires could consume less power than today’s silicon FinFETs
Professor Alexandra Boltasseva
January 27, 2016
What researchers had thought of as a barrier to developing advanced technologies based on the emerging field of plasmonics is now seen as a potential pathway to practical applications in areas from cancer therapy to nanomanufacturing.
Professor Thomas Talavage
January 27, 2016
Researchers citing data on the effects of repeated head impacts on high school football players are advocating a greater use of medical imaging to reduce brain trauma in contact sports, particularly in players who do not have symptoms of concussion.
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