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Oct. 25, 2018

2017 LUCI Fellow and 2008 Vannevar Bush Fellow Co-Authors on APL Photonics Featured Article

A recent online issue of Applied Physics Letters (APL) Photonics featured an article whose

Oct. 25, 2018

Team led by 2014 Vannevar Bush Fellow Dr. Charan Ranganath Finds that Brain Wave Device Could Enhance Memory Function

Electrical activity in the brain causes different kinds of measurable brain waves. One of these is

Sept. 4, 2018

Team Led by 2016 Vannevar Bush Fellow, Dr Jennifer Lewis, Develops System to Print Using Sound Waves

Sound waves are incredibly important - we use them every day in applications like communications,

Aug. 27, 2018

Collaboration between 2014 Vannevar Bush Fellow and 2016 LUCI Fellow enables engineering of undomesticated bacteria

Synthetic biology is an interdisciplinary field involving the rational design and engineering of

Aug. 7, 2018

DoD Announces Five DESI Awards for University-Industry Collaborations

The Department of Defense announced the selection of five university-industry teams for the Defense

July 23, 2018

Team led by Dr. Jian Luo, 2014 Vannevar Bush Fellow, Sheds Insight into What Makes Nickel Brittle

Nickel is essential to the stainless steel industry due to its ability to enable strong,

June 25, 2018

White Paper Submission Open for 2019 Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship Class

The Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellowship is the Department of Defense's most prestigious

June 22, 2018

Team led by 2017 Vannevar Bush Fellow, Dr.Teri Odom, Develops Tunable Lasers Inspired by Nature

Chameleons are well-known for their ability to change color, a feature driven by nanocrystals

June 4, 2018

2017 Vannevar Bush Fellow, Dr. Shanhui Fan, has Research Highlighted in New York Times

The grand challenges of today won’t be solved by just improving existing technologies with current

May 29, 2018

Multidisciplinary University Research Initiatives to Promote US-Australian University Research Partnerships

The Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI), which the Basic Research Office