BU assistant professor of physics, chemistry, and materials science and engineering wins prestigious $450,000 grant from the Air Force Office […]
Groundbreaking collaboration among BU schools and researchers leads to $1 million NSF grant to address media overload
Other than adding flavors and colors, it’s been nearly 50 years since a major advancement in the design of condoms. BU researchers may have changed that.
Prof. Ryan uses computational models to improve the capacity of lithium and metal batteries by breaking up dendrite growth. Such potential improvements will help power green and personal technology.
“There is a lot of information about every one of us, in EHRs, in smart phones, in smart watches, and in other tracking devices,” Iaonnis Paschalidis, Director of the Center for Information and Systems Engineering and Systems Engineering Professor, told HealthITAnalytics.com. “We can now analyze what happens to patients in real time and characterize the status and health condition of each individual.”
BU was named one of the most innovative national universities for the first time in the 2019 US News & World Report Best Colleges rankings, out today. “I think there’s a general understanding that the world of higher education is changing rapidly,” says Gerald Fine (MSE, ME). “The leadership of the University has created an environment where experimentation in better ways to educate students is encouraged.”
As a model for industry and academia collaborating to improve human health, BU has launched a five-year translational research alliance with Johnson & Johnson Innovation LLC (JJI) aimed at preventing, intercepting, and curing lung cancer, the leading cause of cancer deaths worldwide. Spiral (SE) will lead the effort.
Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Vivek Goyal won a 2017 IEEE Signal Processing Society Best Paper Award. His […]
Prof. Coskun earns two awards and two major grants in computing research By Gabriella McNevin Energy-efficient computing expert Professor Ayse […]
New BU entity will have faculty from both campuses By Mike Seele, originally published in BU Today on 5/12/17 The understanding of […]