Agreement with National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases could potentially raise up to $50 million to study germs that cause lung disease.
Contemporary artist, technologist, and environmentalist Cary Peppermint fuses the natural and digital worlds.
David Temperley, Associate Professor of Music Theory, is an internationally renowned scholar of computational musicology.
The Center for Integrated Research Computing’s monthly symposium focused on genomics research and the challenges of this computationally intensive field.
The Medical Center has received a patent for implantable diagnostic technology that will let physicians monitor patients in real time.
University researchers discuss experimental and computational tools used for the identification of proteins to better understand disease processes.