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Computing & Technology

A close up view of wires and circuits.
Model-based Energy Management Systems Drive ‘Smart’ Buildings
Close up colorful  image of the structure of the human GALNS protein
Andrea Foulkes and Nicholas Reich stand in the Integrated Sciences Building
Next-generation analytics lead to biomedical insights
Nanowire fibril "highways”dotted with semiconducting particles.
Sneakers for Success (2012) recipients of the first annual David Wolf Prize.
UMass competition feeds the ‘entrepreneurial ecosystem’
Surface representations of four human sulfatase proteins
Structural biologists chart path for potential chaperone therapy to treat group of genetic diseases
Subject tests the PERCEPT system in the Knowles Engineering building.
PERCEPT wireless scanning system enables the blind to navigate buildings with ease
UMass Innovation Institute director Jim Capistran in front on new UMass building
UMass Innovation Institute has successful first year courting industry
Close up image of blue gecko with orange-brown spots
Geckskin™ revolutionizes the field of adhesion
CASA radars in Dallas/Fort Worth Warehouse
Next-generation radar system is ready for prime time
Computational model on computer screen against a grid of the world
The Computational Social Science Initiative skillfully links science and technology
hand holding breathable carbon nanotube material for smart uniform of the future
Polymer scientists play pivotal “roll” in smart suit of the future