“Standout individuals” honored for advancing our knowledge of birth of planets, imaging and microscopy, and organic semiconductors
Its robots are still processing hundreds of tests, but with fewer of us swabbing our noses, the custom-built lab is opening up its facilities to researchers from across the University
Prestigious Director’s Awards encourage scientists to “pursue trailblazing ideas,” including study of energy industry impact on reproductive health and technology to see lung’s inner workings
In the five years since its launch, $100 million interdisciplinary research fund has propelled work on the world’s toughest problems, from heart disease to cancer
The BU Ignition Awards help fast-track the commercialization of promising new research, from a tiny ring that stops chronic pain to soft robotic grippers that can pick up delicate objects.
A BU-led team is engineering small patches of cardiac muscle that could repair the heart, treat heart disease, and speed drug development
Recognition for chemist and biomedical engineer behind revolutionary cancer treatment and other “distinguished contributions” with “global therapeutic impact.”
Ji-Xin Cheng and Lei Tian will lead efforts to further dynamic imaging research at BU’s College of Engineering