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 Nanoscale electronic circuit test patterns printed roll-to-roll on a thin film
Pioneering wearable biosensors for personalized health care
Julie Caswell and the Capital Building
Pioneering the economics of food systems for better policy outcomes
Jeanne Hardy and a student examining images of cells on a screen.
Tiny proteins shed light on apoptosis, targeted drug delivery, and human disease triggers
Connecticut River sediment pouring into Long Island Sound post Hurricane Irene.
Researching coastal processes and sedimentation to understand climate
GPU and precomputed light transport enable interactive design and visualization
Expanding the frontiers of visual computing
Todd Emrick and his students in a lab.
Synthesizing state-of-the-art polymers and particles
Policy documents that will become part of the new arts policy archive
UMass Amherst hosts new National Arts Policy Archives and Library
Sociologist Enobong (Anna) Branch
Examining race, gender and class in work-based inequality
Landscape detail in oil on canvas from "Around" series (2011) by Shona Macdonald
Creating art that evokes a sense of place or displacement
Picture Of Black Hole Engulfing Nearby Stars And Distorting The Space Around It
UMass Amherst’s Giant Telescope to Attempt Imaging Black Hole at Center of Our Galaxy
Members of the eDesign team
Driving innovation to compete in the global economy
Jane Fountain discusses research with students in the classroom
Improving governance world-wide in the digital age