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Science & Technology
Mount Erebus, Antarctica’s only active volcano, offers clues to how magma and gases in some volcanoes reach the Earth’s surface.
A new catered career experience illustrates that secondary education is obtainable when students follow their passions.
For 25 years, drug hunters have searched for the source of a natural chemical that had shown promise for treating cancer.
An interdisciplinary collaboration borrows a technique from energy storage chemistry to improve chemical synthesis.
The College of Pharmacy’s Anticonvulsant Drug Development Program won a five-year $34 million contract renewal to test and identify therapeutics for preventing and treating drug-resistant epilepsy.
Three decades of research show three factors that can help predict how climate change will impact critical snowmelt-driven water supplies nationwide.
As chair, Reed leads the board that serves as an independent advisor to Congress and the president on science and engineering policy, and that governs and sets policy for the National Science Foundation.
“Is there life out there?” It’s the one question that has puzzled humankind for centuries.
U Mechanical Engineering Chair Bruce Gale appointed Merit Medical Systems Inc. Endowed Professor of Engineering.