In the News

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David Hu measured the eyelashes of mammals to find the ideal length for diverting airflow around the eye and reducing evaporation.
David Hu uses science to help people with a debilitating fear of snakes
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Dan Goldman’s research on a sandfish lizards uses resistance force theory, developed decades ago, to explain how some micro-organisms move
Guillermo Amador, trainee from David Hu lab, finds that eyelashes should not be longer than of a third of your eye width to do what they're supposed to do.
Hands-on lab experience and mentorship are key to Project ENGAGES efforts to expose students under-represented in STEM fields to the possibilities of the STEM world
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Research from David Hu shows how socially dependent ants, who rely on their entire colony to survive, literally stick together to overcome otherwise impossible odds
Philip Santangelo, along with colleagues nationwide, used MTRIPS (multiply labeled tetravalent RNA imaging probes) to gain a closer look at the life cycle of the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) that leads to bronchitis and pneumonia.
Co-founder of Exigence Neuroscience, Inc. and father of two ill children partners with Jeffrey Skolnick to predict what drugs might work on specific genes in treating a rare progressive and eventually fatal neurological disease.