Digital art and biological sciences faculty at Louisiana Tech are creating opportunities for students to use their artistic talents to showcase science and research through Louisiana Tech’s New Frontiers in Biomedical Research lecture series. (Artwork by Almira Bradford.)
Darrian Mills, a physics and computer science student at Louisiana Tech, has earned a Minority Research Scholars fellowship from NASA to continue his research with faculty to develop a nanomaterial that can be used for radar imagery to monitor spaceships.
The School of Design at Louisiana Tech has partnered with MedCamps, to build the “Hero’s Launch” – a fully-accessible canoe launch that will dramatically improve canoeing and paddle boating, and provide campers with a beacon for adventure and self-confidence.
Dr. Yuri Lvov and a team of biomedical engineering graduate students at Louisiana Tech are developing a “green” technology devoted to the bio-decomposition of spill oil using nanoclay emulsifiers rather than environmentally harmful detergents.
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