Is that an innocent mole or skin cancer? An optical technique pioneered by Irving Bigio could cut the number of missed cancers in half.
Ji-Xin Cheng and colleagues have made significant advancements in the field of vibrational imaging.
For subs, spacecraft and more, Werner is working on a novel material that would capture CO2 in a targeted and efficient way.
BU engineers are combining their expertise to develop robotic and AI technologies to help solve health problems of all kinds.
The “crystal ribcage” allows researchers a first-ever cellular-level look at the lung while it’s operating normally.
As part of the Energy, Sustainability, and Climate theme, the COE at BU is searching for tenure-track faculty candidates at the Assistant Professor level, whose research interests align with one or more of the following areas:
A BU team has developed a noninvasive method of monitoring the solid stresses within tumors.
A new advance in voltage imaging is giving neuroscientists the most detailed look yet at how voltage travels through brain cells.
NIH grant enables Albro and team to advance first-in-kind scope for early detection of osteoarthritis.