What is the nature of the universe in which we exist? From subatomic particles to the farthest reaches of the universe, the composition of the earth to the components of individual cells, we seek to answer the universe’s—and life’s—big questions.
The Advanced Retinal Imaging Alliance (ARIA), a multidisciplinary lab based at the University, is conducting research that could revolutionize vision correction and our understanding of the eye.
Allan Greenleaf is recognized for his contributions to inverse problems with applications to cloaking and his service to AMS.
Elika Bergelson’s research on how babies acquire language will advance more quickly, thanks to a $1.25 million award from the National Institutes of Health.
A new study by biologist Gloria Culver suggests that blocking ribosome formation may help kill off drug-resistant bacteria.
Daniel Weix is working to develop better ways of creating molecules in order to accelerate the discovery of new, useful compounds.
In their study of non-human primates, Tommy Blanchard and Benjamin Hayden find that monkeys also share our unfounded belief in winning and losing streaks.
Michael Welte has discovered that the histone protein balance is regulated by the storage facilities called lipid droplets, which are best known as fat depots.
Eric Blackman and his collaborators used plasma flows in a laboratory to understand how beam-like jets may form in space.
New research by Carmala Garzione and her colleagues points to a rapid surface uplift of mountain ranges.
Cynthia Ebinger and her team created the first-ever 3D image of the structure beneath Sierra Negra Volcano in the Galápagos.
Robert Boyd and his team apply an alternative method called direct measurement to measure a 27-dimensional quantum state in a single experiment with no post-processing.