Tag archive for NSF

unwrap the unseen

The methods and tools of Big Data visualization have value in every field of scholarship and science, even in the humanities.

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Bringing industry to light

In a Clemson laboratory, students play with light.

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the good sense of Glucosense

A team creates low-cost testing for diabetics in need.

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a pipe full of star power

Five years ago, Chad Sosolik came back from Washington with a crazy idea. Look what followed him home.

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the Renaissance of the Car

The people at CU-ICAR don’t see the car going anywhere. In fact, they see quite the opposite: They see the car going everywhere.

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Traveling through time

Channeling a childhood love of dinosaurs, Richard Blob analyzes the movements of living animals to understand shifts in evolution and their consequences in the present.

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Your next desk could be AWEsome

The Animated Work Environment (AWE) is a robotic work environment users program to accommodate work styles.

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Vital Robotics

In this vision, the biological and computational worlds have merged on every level, the physical world of humanity joined to digital reality.

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Real-Time Research

This idyllic, if synthetic, river scene was drawn by computer graphics specialist Jay Steele.

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El Purgatorio

In the desolate terrain of coastal Peru, archeologists unearth clues to a culture of artisans and urban prosperity.

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