Perry’s research aims to transform X-ray crystallography, a renowned method that reveals the 3-D structure and function of protein molecules.
UMass Amherst study used data collected from 9,300 miles of road.
Disadvantaged Communities in Massachusetts Twice as Likely to Have Poor Roads—and Pay the Cost in Gas
New research quantifies how the impact of poorly maintained roads disproportionately impacts residents across the state.
The paper explains river-volume estimates and expected accuracy of NASA’s SWOT satellite mission, thus promoting likely global-scale advances in hydrology.
BME’s Dmitry Kireev Receives NSF Grant to Create Electronic “Tattoos” for Monitoring Sweat Biomarkers
Kireev’s monitoring devices will target the cortisol in sweat, a biomarker for such conditions as stress, stroke, Cushing's syndrome, and Addison's disease.
Lee’s trailblazing assay could determine how osteoporosis drugs impact bone remodeling and can identify potential therapeutic targets to prevent bone loss.
The new design has the potential to advance basic neuroscience studies and ultimately shed light on neurological conditions such as epilepsy.
Nagornyy has evolved from a “Store Mechanic” at Starbucks and student at MassBay Community College to becoming a celebrated Rising Researcher as UMass Amherst.
Chang’s paper describes groundbreaking research to reveal the mechanisms of “fast” and “slow” earthquakes and predict their impact.
The two DoD projects support Ping’s pioneering research into control of cells in the human central nervous system.