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UMass Lowell Research Videos

Getting Real-World Research Experience

The state-of-the-art NASA robot prototype Valkyrie has arrived at UMass Lowell! The R5 robot, known as “Valkyrie," will stay at the New England Robotics Validation and Experimentation Center for the next two years.
Video by Alfonso Velasquez
Every year, mass numbers of endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtles strand themselves in New England. Doctoral candidate Erin Mangan Sullivan and biology undergrad research assistants Sonia Marcello and Alfred Lutaaya hope their research will assist biologists in making clinical decisions on how to treat these animals.
Video by Alfonso Velasquez
In the past six years, UMass Lowell has added over 200,000 sq. ft. of research space. These cutting edge research facilities attract top faculty and students to work together on some of the most interesting research projects of today.
Video by Alfonso Velasquez
UMass Lowell faculty members collaborate on research projects across academic disciplines and work on some of the most interesting research questions of today.
Video by Alfonso Velasquez
Rich Giadone has participated in four years of hands-on research in Dr. Peter Gaines' hematology group. The unique research environment at UMass Lowell has given him the skills to be work ready.
Video by Alfonso Velasquez
Kaitlyn Carcia credits her landing and starting a new job right after graduation to three years of research lab experience in UMass Lowell’s Computer Science department.
Video by Alfonso Velasquez
Devon White a Psychology student in our College of Fine Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences shares how undergraduate research enriched her UMass Lowell experience.
Video by Alfonso Velasquez
UMass Lowell is rising in research.