Dr. John Gibbs and graduate student John Castañeda published in Particle. Find the journal article here.
Graduate students Maria Bolar (¡MIRA!) and Megan Foley are the first from Northern Arizona University to receive awards from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) through its Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) program. Only 65 graduate students from across the country were recognized this year. Through world-class training and access to state-of-the-art facilities […]
New collaborative program aims to prepare Native American students for careers in scientific computing
¡MIRA! researcher Naomi Lee highlighted as Co-I on new QIME 2 project, a program that aims to meets an overarching goal of the collaboration: to build awareness of career opportunities in scientific computing—a field in which Native Americans have been historically underrepresented—and provide pathways for students into these careers. Read the article here.
Background: PPODA-QT is a novel liquid embolic under development for the treatment of cerebral aneurysms. We sought to test the rabbit-elastase aneurysm model to evaluate the tissue response following PPODA-QT embolization. Read the article here.
Building a better solar panel: NAU graduate wins NSF award to continue research into sustainable energy
Current solar panels capture about 20 percent of the sunlight that hits them. Increasing the efficiency of this technology will mean more renewable energy in the power grid without additional infrastructure. Researchers at Northern Arizona University are looking for ways to use artificially created chlorosomes to create a more efficient solar panel. One of those […]