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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
Agar plate covered with bacteria in yellow and three spots with antibiotics.
UMass Amherst resource economist Sylvia Brandt in her office.
Putting a price tag on pollution
Hawk Moth and microRNA
UMass center charts faster path from bench to bedside
hand holding breathable carbon nanotube material for smart uniform of the future
Polymer scientists play pivotal “roll” in smart suit of the future
UMass Amherst Microbiologist, Wilmore Webley
Novel delivery system holds promise for first Chlamydia vaccine
Image of robots uBot5 and UBot6 developed by UMass Amherst computer scientists.
Scientists explore use of robots to aid recovery from stroke
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UMass alumni and entrepreneurs Brian Mullen and Chris Leidel.
Innovation helps kids with autism
Susan Roberts, right, in lab with graduate student and cell cultures.
Institute for Cellular Engineering blends disciplines for better learning outcomes
 Taxus suspension cultures in Susan Robert's cellular engineering lab.
UMass Scientists harness cellular mechanisms for better health and a cleaner environment