Research in the Strongin lab on a selective cysteine detector is featured in Chemistry World, an RSC publication. The full text in Chemistry World can be found online here.
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Karen Karavanic, Computer Science faculty, received a three-year National Science Foundation award of $407,568 for her project "System Infrastructure for SMM-based Runtime Integrity Management." »
Karen Karavanic, Computer Science faculty, received a one-year National Science Foundation award of $58,610 for the project "Infrastructure for Collaborative Faculty Textbook Communities," a collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Madison. »
Ken Stedman, Biology faculty, and Bill Wood, Engineering faculty, have their work featured in a new exhibit at OMSI titled “Nanoland,” running through December. »
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Tugrul Daim's research and teachings revolve around the creation of roadmaps that organizations can use to implement emerging technologies.
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