Author: Kathryn Porter

BMERC announces first Machine Learning Club of Spring semester

Please join us for the first meeting of the graduate student Machine Learning Journal Club this semester. We will discuss the paper “Machine learning to design integral membrane channelrhodopsins for efficient eukaryotic expression and plasma membrane localization“, published in PLOS Comp.Bio. with the help of Jeffrey McMahan.  Due to the recent developments related to the […]

Profs. Vajda and Paschalidis featured in Boston University ENGineer magazine

The Fall 2019 issue of the BU College of Engineering Magazine highlights the importance of cross-disciplinary collaborations in facilitating scientific discoveries. The title article discusses the inspiration behind the Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) and Systems Engineering (SE) Divisions of the College of Engineering, which were created as a means of promoting research between Biomedical […]

BMERC RISE students conclude their summer research

Boston University hosts high school students who are passionate about scientific research in the summer term. This is known as the Research in Science & Engineering (RISE) program. RISE students spend six weeks at the university and gain hands-on experience in the exciting cutting edge scientific research happening on campus. Research projects span a wide […]