Photonics Assistant Professor Darren Roblyer Featured in BU Today for Work on Technologies for Cancer Patients
Photonics Assistant Professor Darren Roblyer was featured in BU Today for his work on technologies for cancer patients. To read the full article, click here.
Photonics Professor Stephan Anderson was promoted to full Professor. To read the article on this topic in BU Today, click here.
Photonics Professor Kenneth Rothschild has been chosen as a Fellow for the National Academy of Inventors for his work on innovations in regards to cellular function, nanotechnology, and medical diagnostics. To read the full article on this topic, click here.
Photonics Center Innovation Center Company Neurala Raises $14 Million to Develop Software Used with Drones
The Photonics Center Innovation Center Company Neurala has raised $14 million to develop software used with drones and self-driving cars. The founders of the company, who began as students at Boston University, hope to use thier software to power household robots. To read the full article on this topic, click here.
Photonics Assistant Professor Alexander Sushkov Featured on BU Research Website Discussing Dark Matter
Photonics Assistant Professor Alexander Sushkov was featured on the BU Research website discussing his research and discover into dark matter. To read the full article on this topic, click here.
Photonics Emeritus Professor Theodore Moustakas was honored at a symposium at Boston University in December 2016. To read a synopsis of the event, click here.
Photonics Professor Xin Zhang was named a fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for her work on the micro/nanoelectromechanical systems. To read the full article on this topic, click here.
Photonics Center Innovation Center Company Neurala Receives an Award for Most Innovative Company from Draper Venture Network
The Photonics Center innovation center company Neurala has received the award for the most innovative company from the Draper Venture Network. To read the full story on this topic, click here.
Photonics Assistant Professor Michelle Sander Receives Prestigious Air Force Young Investigator Award
Photonics Assistant Professor Michelle Sander has won a prestigious Young Investigator Research Award from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (ASOFR). The ASOFR award recognizes researchers within five years of obtaining their Ph.D. who “show exceptional ability and promise for conducting basic research.” To read the full article on this topic, click here.
Photonics Center to Host 20th Annual Photonics Center Symposium on Optics for Cancer Imaging on December 7, 2016
The Boston University Photonics Center is hosting the 20th annual Photonics Center Symposium on Decmeber 7, 2016 on the topics of Optics for Cancer Imaging. Professor Darren Roblyer will serve as chair of the conference. To visit the symposium website, click here.