All Entries by Bill Burton

James E. Audia

July 10, 2017

Scientific leader to head Chicago Biomedical Consortium

Researcher assumes new role Aug. 1

James E. Audia

May 25, 2017

Distinguished scientific leader to head Chicago Biomedical Consortium

Drug developer on 100 patents will direct university partnership

Brian Ziebart

May 16, 2017

Computer scientist honored with NSF CAREER award

Brian Ziebart’s work could make autonomous vehicles safer

Cortino Sukotjo, Arghya Bishal, and Christos Takoudis in a lab

May 16, 2017

East Meets West: Engineering, dentistry collaboration leads to new biomaterials

Technique improves properties of collagen

Naked mole-rats: plants, under low-oxygen conditions

April 25, 2017

Naked mole-rats behave like plants when oxygen is low

Rodents act like plants when oxygen is low

Naked mole-rats: plants, under low-oxygen conditions

April 20, 2017

Naked mole-rats turn into plants when oxygen is low

Discovery could lead to treatments for heart attack, stroke

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April 11, 2017

Bubble-recoil could cool microchips, even in space

Tiny force can propel hot circuits through coolant

Himanshu Sharma and Farzad Mashayek; east meets west

March 24, 2017

East Meets West: SABER builds campus computing backbone

NSF grants fund major research instrumentation, campus cyber-infrastructure

March 6, 2017

Bubble-recoil could be used to cool microchips, even in space

Tiny force can propel hot circuits through coolant

Vikas Berry and Ankit Mehta

February 21, 2017

East Meets West: First use of graphene to detect cancer cells

System can detect activity level of single interfaced cell

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