How Stuff Works covered the research of Peter Weyand and his colleagues on the asymmetrical running gait of the world's fastest man.
Slate online magazine journalist Adam Willis covered the research from the lab of SMU biomechanics expert Peter Weyand for a story about the world's fastest sprinter, Usain Bolt.
The New York Times covers the research of SMU locomotion expert Dr. Peter Weyand and his SMU Locomotor Performance Lab in "Bolt is the fastest sprinter ever in spite of — or because of? — an uneven stride that upends conventional wisdom."
A new technique uses photoswitch molecules to create three-dimensional images from pure light.
A scientist’s dream of 3-D projections like those he saw years ago in a Star Wars movie has led to new technology for making animated 3-D table-top objects by structuring light.
Dallas Innovates reported on SMU research about world class sprinter Usain Bolt and his asymmetrical running gait.
SMU study suggests the right and left legs of world champion sprinter Usain Bolt, the world’s fastest man, may perform differently, defying current scientific assumptions about running speed.
SMU chemist Alex Lippert has received a prestigious National Science Foundation Career Award, expected to total $611,000 over five years, to fund his research into alternative internal imaging techniques.
Adding the processor power of the network of "Minecraft" gamers could double the amount of computer power devoted to the SMU research project.