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Sydney researchers receive ARC funding for 78 research projects

Investigators Project Funding granted Professor Greg Neely; Professor Nicholas Casewell; associate professor Eivind Undheim; Dr Daniel Hesselson Use venoms to map conserved critical and scalable vulnerabilities $ 528,000 Associate Professor Ivan Kassal Transport of charge and energy in disordered functional materials $ 381,000 professor Renae Ryan; professor emeritus Trevor Hambley; Dr Amandeep Kaur Biologically inert […]

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Future work and learning research projects focus on all human-technology interactions

This is the second in a series of articles outlining and updating the college’s sociotechnical research impact areas for 2021-2022. Purdue Polytechnic faculty collaborated to explore the intersection between learning and working in the context of technology. Through new approaches to education and training and workforce development, their ongoing research aims to empower employees to […]

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Research projects in Auburn receive financial boost from the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama

Body of the article Research projects throughout Alabama, including three at Auburn University, will receive more than $1.2 million in funding from the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama. Using money from donations, government and specialty license plate sales, the foundation will administer grants to 20 breast cancer research projects at Auburn, the University of […]

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The first cycle in civil engineering undertakes several research projects |

Ephraim Brysky Ephraim Bryski ’22 – URECA Researcher of the Month December 2021 – is a senior civil engineer who joined the coastal and hydraulic engineering research laboratory of Ali Farhadzadeh, assistant professor in the civil engineering department, as a student of first year. Bryski is working on designs to increase the effectiveness of oyster […]

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Two research projects involving SBU professors receive DOE INCITE awards |

Two high impact computer science projects that include the Stony Brook University faculty of the Department of Physics and Astronomy obtained access to the US Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science (DOE) supercomputers for 2022 as part of its INCITE (Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment) program. With these awards, research […]

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DataX funds new AI research projects at Princeton, across disciplines

Graph courtesy of the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning Ten interdisciplinary research projects won funding from Princeton University’s Schmidt DataX Fund, aiming to disseminate and deepen the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning on campus to accelerate discovery . The 10 faculty projects, supported by a major grant from Schmidt Futures, involve 19 […]

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UMass Cancer Center funds five UMass Chan research projects

Five new cancer-focused research studies are being funded by one-year grants from the UMass Cancer Center Pilot Project Program. Michael Green, MD, PhD “Pilot grants support exciting discoveries at their earliest stage before they are prepared for external support, and facilitate further development of the project to a stage where they can gain external support,” […]

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Several research projects help Blugold gain skills and direction as she looks to the future

Avi Devy Mohan had several research experiences as a Blugold after transferring to UW-Eau Claire from a university in Malaysia. With a degree in computer science and math, Mohan has worked alongside faculty research mentors from three academic fields on campus as well as physicians from the Mayo Clinic Health System. (Photo by Bill Hoepner) […]

Animal research

Community Bulletin: Theory of Mind, Using Historical Control Data for Animal Research | Spectrum

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Hello and welcome to this week’s community newsletter! I am your host, Chelsey B. Coombs, Spectrumengagement editor. This week we start with a thread of Kevin Tan, a graduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles, and researcher of the pre-print study published on Research Square, titled “Human electrocorticography reveals […]