Computer scientists find that physicians’ “gut feelings” influence how many tests they order for patients.
Mechanical engineer and instrument scientist on NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission is the first female principal research scientist in the department's history.
Faculty members recognized for excellence via a diverse array of honors, grants, and prizes over the last quarter.
Associate professor of chemical engineering talks about the future of biochemistry and the next generation of scientists and engineers.
Chemical engineering graduate student is invited to participate in the agency's 60th anniversary symposium in September.
Polymeric nanoparticles can efficiently administer mRNA to cells of the lungs, liver, and other organs.
Novel chip keeps time using the constant, measurable rotation of molecules as a timing reference.
Experimental degree combining online MicroMasters and residential learning sees great success.
Postdoc Michele Bustamante wins Congressional Fellowship for her research analyzing supply risks and cost dynamics for key metals in high technology.