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  • Jan 22 2021

The CAER project seeks to solve both of those issues through the development of new high-strength, high-bond cements and concretes that are simple to deploy and use. These products will require little or no surface preparation and eliminate the heavy precast reinforcement-laden structural elements that bog down repair and construction projects.

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  • Nov 19 2020

"Our research is devoted to resolving the damage that might be caused by micrometeoroids or space dust. We are trying to determine whether we can use the old technology called ‘brazing’ to execute the process in real-time."

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  • Nov 18 2020

Himanshu Thapliyal, associate professor and Endowed Robley D. Evans Faculty Fellow in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been ranked in the top 50 among scientists throughout the world in the field of Computer Hardware & Architecture.

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  • Nov 5 2020

A new $3 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) will expand FABRIC, a project to build the nation’s largest cyberinfrastructure testbed, to four distinguished scientific institutions in Asia and Europe.

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  • Oct 7 2020

Since arriving at UK, Hornback has participated in UK Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering’s research on “smart” polymeric sorbents for PFAS removal from contaminated water systems under the leadership of J. Zach Hilt, Gill Eminent Professor of Chemical Engineering.

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  • Sep 16 2020

"The second was to put telescopes in space, allowing us to look at the high energy (X-ray and gamma ray) part of the universe. We can understand the physics behind astronomical phenomena with their high energy properties. Astronomy becomes astrophysics.”

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  • Sep 2 2020

By means of open access, Progress in Scale Modeling stands out as a barrier-free venue to disseminate peer-reviewed research for the benefit of society, scholarship and humanity.

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  • Jul 7 2020

The Greek Diaspora Fellowship Program is a scholar exchange program for Greek universities to host Greek scholars from the diaspora in the areas of collaborative research, curriculum co-development and/or graduate/undergraduate student mentoring and teaching.

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  • Jun 9 2020

“The virus is about 120 nanometers in size — in the world of membranes, that's large. Even more so, it's not going to come as a virus by itself, flying in the air. It's going to come in the saliva, so it's going to be a much larger particle. A large particle is just not going through (this filter).”

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  • May 28 2020

Guoqiang Yu has been awarded two grants from the National Institutes of Health that total nearly $4.7 million. Yu researches near-infrared diffuse optical spectroscopy/tomography through his Biomedical Optics Lab.