Shaping Innovators News Archive
Can we build a better MRI?
July 2, 2018 —
Graduate student Kyla Smith is developing a silent and more accessible solution
Let your pancreas sleep
June 28, 2018 —
Any new insight into diabetes’ nature carries immense worth, and PhD student Nivedita Seshadri has discovered something valuable
Top Five: every day things we do that contribute to antimicrobial resistance
June 27, 2018 —
Graduate student Carmine Slipski studies ways we can avoid, or at least curb, bacteria developing resistance
Using supercomputers, math, and way-out-there thinking to study the big bang
June 25, 2018 —
'There are amazing ideas in the pipeline'
Worth losing sleep over: our fight against superbugs
June 21, 2018 —
How queer it is that life decisions and trajectories can pivot on petty events, like opening a toy on Christmas and then watching a movie
Top Five: lifestyle changes to lower your blood pressure
June 20, 2018 —
Grad student and high-intensity interval training (HIIT) researcher Kevin Boreskie shares his tips
Do we have to get old?
June 18, 2018 —
We’re all getting older, but some of us age faster than others. It doesn’t have to be this way
Bacteria, get out of my kitchen
June 14, 2018 —
Graduate student Mohammad Reza Kazemian has found a way to banish bacteria from cooking surfaces
Solving a problem of the sexes
June 11, 2018 —
In broad terms, men and women are at greater risk for different diseases. Why?
Helping people with undiagnosed needs
May 31, 2018 —
Matthew Cook has built an artificial intelligence to help people who suffer from undiagnosed mental illness