The final frontier of life sciences is the virtually endless complement of proteins that can be expressed in organisms called the proteome.
The dynamic work of Dagmar Sternad and the Action Lab studies the complex and mostly unknown connections between the brain and its control of the human body.
C. roseus is studied around the world because of the anti-cancer compounds that it produces.
If a “zero-power” sensor is created, sensors in hard-to-service locations will need less frequent maintenance and reduce the use of these batteries in sensor networks.
Osteoarthritis (OA) of the patellofemoral joint (PFJ) is one of the most common causes of knee pain and functional limitation seen in humans today, and its prevalence is on the rise.
My main projects at the Action Lab involve using electroencephalography, or EEG, to measure cortical activity in the brain.
It’s not just technology that’s undergoing dramatic changes, but also human interactions, perceptions, ethics and expectations
The alarming threat of super bug expansion/proliferation only expedites the need for a better understanding of how this resistance is acquired.
Our project demonstrates to High School students how actual engineers are working to find the most effective solutions to hip replacements in humans in medical applications.
Our goal was to demonstrate to people the importance, practicality, and relevance of workarounds and prototypes in both our daily lives and in a diverse range of industries.