Emily Yedinak loves carbon and what it might potentially do to help clean up oil spills.
Andrew Erwin is dedicated to helping people recover use of their upper limbs after accidents or strokes.
Bioengineer Jessica Dobbs works with imaging techniques to make histological diagnoses easier and faster.
Sruthi Radhakrishnan has found a possible new use for graphene: a non-toxic MRI contrast agent.
Supercomputers are key to finding the gold in big data and Simbarashe Dzinamarira is working to make them work faster.
Ryan Luna's job is to write algorithms that will control the movements of robots—robots used in space.
CS graduate student Sean Doyle takes the "Knight's Tour" into approximate model counting—that is, computing the number of models for a given