Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation names Alex Sushkov to list of distinguished experimental physicists
Knee and other joint cartilage health could be assessed with click of a button; may help prevent further damage—and painful joint replacement surgery
An approach to imaging electrical activity deep in the brain makes neurological studies more effective and less invasive.
This month, researchers at BU’s Photonics Center presented new technology and techniques that allow for more sensitive chemical imaging than ever before.
BU’s 5 NSF Grant Winners Are Changing Conversations in Robotics, Computing, Mass Incarceration, Neurology, and More
The National Science Foundation CAREER award winners will advance research and expand educational opportunities for underrepresented groups in science
Back to the Future-style helmet that improves MRIs helps BU professor scoop fan favorite award at media company’s annual summit.
Cheng was chosen for his innovations in biomedical engineering, including inventing a treatment for MRSA and imaging molecules inside living cells
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.
Ji-Xin Cheng and Lei Tian will lead efforts to further dynamic imaging research at BU’s College of Engineering
David Boas, BU Neurophotonics Center director and brain imaging pioneer, uses light to illuminate our thoughts