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Prof. John Wikswo and his team win an R&D 100 Award

December 6, 2017—

This is the lead in this week's CTTC newsletter.

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Filling the early universe with knots can explain why the world is three-dimensional

October 13, 2017—

Tom Kephart's recent paper in European Physical Journal C was featured on the VU research news page.

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Center for Autism and Innovation

October 13, 2017—

A press release about the Center for Autism and Innovation led by Keivan Stassun and directed by recent PhD graduate Dave Caudel appeared on the VU research news page.

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The Hypatia Catalog is online

October 13, 2017—A new online database of elemental abundances for stars near to the Sun was developed by Natalie Hinkel and Dan Burger . Hipatia is part of the Vanderbilt Initiative for Data-Intensive Astrophysics. that just went live as part of the Vanderbilt Initiative for Data-Intensive Astrophysics.


David Ernst on DACA and the academic community

October 13, 2017—David Ernst was quoted in Physics Today.


Discovering the amazing complexity of cellular wound healing

October 13, 2017—

A story on the cell signals that trigger wound healing, describing work done by Shane Hutson and his collaborators appeared in the NSF News360.

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Primordial cosmic soup easier to create than previously thought

October 9, 2017—

Relativistic heavy ion group (Velkovska, Greene and students) leads the way in setting new record for the smallest liquid droplets.

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Kelly Holley-Bockelmann appointed by NASA as a Chair of the US LISA Study Team

October 9, 2017—Kelly's appointment also makes her the US representative for LISA to the European Space Agency. LISA is a joint ESA/NASA space-based gravitational wave mission, set to launch in ~2030, which is designed to explore supermassive black hole formation and evolution. It may also provide insight into other fascinating phenomena like galactic binaries, cosmic strings, and primordial black holes.


New tissue-chip research to assess efficacy of novel epilepsy drugs

September 20, 2017—

A press release about John Wikswo's group new NIH Tissue Chips grant appeared on the VU research news page.

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John Wikswo was appointed to the Scientific Advisory Board of biOasis Technologies, Inc.

September 7, 2017—» Read more.



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