The new School of Engineering building — whose construction is slated to be done in January 2018 — is currently just over half finished with construction.
Science & Research
CEO of HMSolution Margaret Lengerich SCMIM’13 was awarded $50,000 Sept. 12 by the Slater Technology Fund for her water purification technology company.
Katherine Freese, professor of physics at the University of Michigan, described the state of research on dark matter in her lecture.
Hack Health is a hackathon with a mission to “improve healthcare using innovation,” said Alexandra Kaye ’17, one of the co-founders of the event.
The Grolier Codex, a Maya astrological manuscript, can now be considered the oldest known book produced in the Americas.
The National Science Foundation awarded a four-year grant of $6 million to 14 researchers Aug. 22 for research into the neuroscience of attention.
A University study revealed a surprising discovery: a new binding formation used uniquely by two proteins during the final stages of cell division.
The Internet as a cloud is an especially satisfying metaphor: It captures the incomprehensible mass of the globe’s data in one fell, simple, ethereal swoop.
Somewhere out there — buried under ice in our solar system, waiting on a deep-Milky Way exoplanet — lies the answer to the question, “Are we alone?”
Richard Park ’16 and Bella Okiddy GS are spearheading a biotech startup that aims to improve rape kit testing for victims of sexual assault.