REWARDING WOMEN RESEARCHERS

Read more about U Honors students and the prestigious scholarships they received this year.

Sex, lice and videotape

Biologists drove the divergence of different-sized feather lice from a single population. In four years the evolved lice had trouble mating with each other, a sign of speciation and they caught it on tape.

Cutting through noise for better solar cells

U physicists analyzed electrical noise to detect formerly invisible inefficiencies in solar cells and identified the physical processes that caused them. The technique could make future solar cells more efficient.

New Year’s Resolutions

Take a look at a few goals for 2018 from some our colleges and deans.

Announcements

MBA options for faculty and staff, Juliette Tennert joins the U, students win big bucks in competition and more.

They’ve got game

More than 40 games were displayed during this year’s EAE Play, an annual event hosted by the Entertainment Arts & Engineering (EAE) video game development program.

‘TOXIC FAT’

Research could help explain why some obese people are more prone to diabetes than others.