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The material that could power tomorrow’s solar cells
  1. The material that could power tomorrow’s solar cells

    ‘We estimate that a finished solar cell could be about ten times cheaper than an equivalent gallium arsenide cell.’

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  2. Mingyan Liu, 2018 Distinguished University Innovator, talks about her company and data science commercialization

    Mingyan Liu, recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Innovator of the Year award, gave a talk about her startup company and participated on a panel discussing data science commercialiation.

  3. Toward a stem cell model of human nervous system development

    Human cells could one day show us more about why neural tube birth defects occur and how to prevent them.

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  4. Study maps careers of CS PhDs using decades of data

    The researchers identified movement between industry, academia, and government work, tracked the growth of important organizations, and built predictive models for career transitions and employer retention.

  5. Exoskeletons compete to boost strength of rescue workers

    Five college teams test robotic suits that could enhance humans’ abilities.

  6. “Stitching” together a web user from scattered, messy data

    Even though we interact with different web services in different ways, there are clues in the data that can indicate trends and identify a unique profile.

  7. Building a security standard for a post-quantum future

    A large quantum computer could retroactively decrypt almost all internet communication ever recorded.

  8. Europa’s ocean: New evidence from an old mission

    An image from Hubble and data from Galileo support the theory that this moon is home to global body of water.

    The post Europa’s ocean: New evidence from an old mission appeared first on Engineering Research News.

  9. Students win prizes for improving image processing techniques for liver cancer detection and much more

    Students in EECS 556: Image Processing, explore methods to improve image processing in applications such as biomedical imaging and video and image compression

  10. Huanting Huang and the mathematical shape of trees

    An award-winning modeling method will help us better understand our natural environment