Professor and entrepreneur Maryellen Giger, PhD’85, brings computer-aided breast cancer detection and diagnosis from bench to bedside.
Microbiologist Maurice Hilleman, PhD’44, and his feathered friends.
Chemist Bozhi Tian illuminates pacemaker technology.
Computer scientist Pedro Lopes integrates technology with anatomy to reimagine the role of “human” in human-computer interaction.
Physicist David McCowan, SM’08, PhD’14, explains food science to lay readers in the Takeout.
Rumor has it that artificial intelligence image recognition sees giraffes everywhere—but that might be a stretch.
Angela Olinto brings high energy to the deanʼs office.
Astrophysicist Brian Nord looks for lenses through AI eyes.
Computer scientists Heather Zheng, Ben Zhao, and Blase Ur mine data to study behavior and expose security flaws.
Associate professor Charles Smart summits the Abelian sandpile.
Whether finding neutrinos, improving solar energy storage, or programming quantum computers, the Physical Sciences Division’s Eckhardt Scholars collaborate, create, and communicate.
D. Allan Drummond resurrects trilobites using modern and ancient techniques.