The University of Cincinnati's College of Medicine and College-Conservatory of Music collaborate on the innovative Dementia and the Arts course and intervention for community members with cognitive disorders and their family members.
Alaska has a new tool for tracking ocean acidification — a 7-foot-long, bright pink Seaglider. The University of Alaska Fairbanks and its commercial partners are the first U.S. team to measure carbon dioxide, the driving factor in ocean acidification, with an unoccupied underwater vehicle.
- National Science Foundation, National Oceanographic Partnership Program
New research shows that happiness often does not increase as people get older
At the quantum mechanics level, the mystery of what happens when electrons transition between metallic and insulator states has intrigued physicists for nearly 60 years. Modern instrumentation has provided a fascinating glimpse at the answer.
- Nature Communications
A team from the Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University, led by associate professor Dr. Zachary Gagnon and graduate student Md Nazibul Islam, has developed a novel way to fabricate diagnostic devices using paper-based microfluidics that can be rapidly prototyped and scaled for manufacturing. Their research was recently featured on the cover of Analyst.
- The Analyst
- NASA Early Career Faculty Award, National Science Foundation
What if we used TikTok as a tool to further scientific research? University of Minnesota computer science Ph.D. student Yasamin Jafarian is doing just that, using data from the app to create more realistic 3D digital avatars.
DICP researchers and their collaborators developed the activated carbon-supported Co catalysts to produce clean liquid fuels from syngas with high selectivity. Using these catalysts, they have realized industrially synthesizing 150 kt/a of clean liquid fuels from syngas derived from coal in slurry-bed reactors in Yulin, China.
Researchers at University of Chicago are developing some of the world’s most advanced biological sensors to better understand neurodegenerative diseases at the molecular level. These sensors can perform measurements of biological processes that are not accessible by current technologies and detect diseases before they manifest clinically.
A team of researcher at Goethe University Frankfurt, as part of the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration, used high-performance computing resources at the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) and the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) to create high-resolution models of the black hole at the center of the Milky Way.