The American Association of University Professors places UMass Lowell in Category I, its highest ranking
Eleven research abstracts winged their way from UMass Lowell to Washington, D.C., where they joined 800 others in a national competition.
Researchers from UMass Lowell and their counterparts from the U.S. Army’s Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center will be working together as part of a new research and development initiative called HEROES (Harnessing Emerging Research Opportunities to Empower Soldiers).
A team of researchers from UMass Lowell, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School is applying nanotechnology to a light-based therapy that could someday help patients fight viruses, bacteria, fungi and cancer cells.
A team of researchers at UMass Lowell are now able to replicate photosynthesis in the laboratory, with the goal of someday storing solar energy on a commercial scale.
The U.S. Army Research Office has awarded Prof. James Whitten a grant worth $345,000 over a period of three years to perform research on the photoluminescence of metal oxide nanoparticles measuring billionths of a meter.
UMass President Robert Caret talks about career opportunities to a class of nearly 40 freshmen and transfer students majoring in chemistry during a campus visit on Sept. 28.
Fred Wudl, a research professor of chemistry and materials at the University of California, Santa Barbara, will speak about “Adventures in Organic Electronics” during the Tripathy Endowed Memorial Lecture, to be held at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4, at Alumni Hall on North Campus.
Three young researchers are currently working at the Center for Advanced Materials as part of the University’s summer internship program.
A team of researchers in the Chemistry Department is studying a new drug developed by a biopharmaceutical company that could someday treat a form of lung cancer.
Two graduate students — Sethumadhavan Ravichandran and Soumitra Satapathi — have each been awarded the 2012 Tripathy Memorial Endowed Graduate Fellowship in honor of their academic accomplishments and multidisciplinary research in the areas of materials science and polymer science.
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