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The phenomenon of reproduction is fundamentally important to any growing society; yet, many of the details surrounding the “mystery of life” still elude even the scientific and engineering communit

Analysis of walking abnormalities is an important clinical assessment used for treatment of gait disorders in children with cerebral palsy (CP).

Deep-water wrecks are remarkably well preserved, protected from negative environmental factors (storms, strong currents, high temperatures), naval shipworm, rapid oxidation and, of course, all but

Project's goal lies in the intersection of biology and machine learning, the tool which successfully allows scientists today to work with big data and make predi

This summer, I will be working with Dr. Florent Kirchner’s lab at CEA in Saclay, France. His lab is developing techniques and tools to formally verify the safety and security of critical software.

In biological organisms, there exists, beyond DNA and genetic material, an additional layer of information called "epigenetics".

I conducted research on plasma as an intern at École Centrale Paris (in Paris).

Skin cancer is the most prevalent form of cancer, with more than 3.5 million new cases diagnosed annually in the United States alone.

Extending the lifetime and capabilities of satellites and spacecraft has significant impact to the society.

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of devices for rapid and sensitive detection of infectious diseases at the point of care (POC).

With Sustainable Development Goal 6, "Clean Water and Sanitation", the United Nations aims for a universal access to safe and affordable drinking water.

Current diagnosis of skin cancer mainly relies on biopsy (i.e., removing a portion of tissue); nearly 12 million biopsies are performed each year.

One of the fundamental problems in the field of human/robot interactions (HRI) is the process of handing objects between a human and a robot.