Tag: global engagement
Scientists have discovered that a rare variant of muscular dystrophy is the result of two unrelated genetic flaws. These then produce toxins that damage muscle cells and trigger the symptoms of the disease.
Chosen from a pool of nearly 400 people during auditions in New York City, Shin charmed producers with acoustic guitar renditions of Cold Play’s Viva La Vida and Psy’s Gangnam Style.
Recipients of the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships are chosen through a competitive process from a national pool of applicants.
July 4, 2012, was an historic day for researchers at CERN. It also marked an important period at the University of Rochester as three physicists and an engineer helped support the nearly five-decades-old theory of one of their colleagues.
An international team of researchers, which includes Professor of Mathematics Allan Greenleaf from the University of Rochester, has come up with a process that would allow practical applications to be performed in a cloaked—or invisible—environment.
This year, five students from the University of Rochester were awarded fellowships to study or conduct research abroad.