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Category Archives: research update
A tiny integrated circuit designed by scientists at SMU may help researchers around the world unravel mysteries about the origins of the universe.
The scientific world was all ears Dec. 17 when SMU Assistant Professor of Experimental Physics Jodi Cooley announced the highly anticipated research finding that scientists may have finally caught a glimpse of dark matter.
Scientists now have a better chance of finding answers to the mystery of the Big Bang because of the massive computational power of supercomputers, says Daniel R.
Reynolds, assistant professor of mathematics in Dedman College.
For the second consecutive year, SMU’s Department of Economics has fielded the first-place team in a prestigious national data mining competition.
SMU Electrical Engineering Professor Gary Evans is looking for a way to fit billions of lasers and other optical components atop a microscopic chip.
Postdoctoral fellowships awarded by the Clements Center enable scholars to revise and polish their dissertations into book-length manuscripts while at SMU.
In his Dedman College chemistry laboratory, Brent Sumerlin conducts research that could solve problems in the very different realms of health care and engineering.
Research by SMU cultural anthropologist Victoria Lockwood will take her to the remote tropical islands of Tubuai and Rurutu this summer.
The remains of Greek and Roman theatres, temples, bathhouses and roads in Israel have provided important clues to Mark Chancey about the transformation of Jewish culture during the 600-year Greco-Roman period (300 BCE to 300 CE).