Jo Guldi injected technology into her love of history to write one of the most influential books of the past 20 years. She’s teaching students to apply big data search tools to giant topics like inequality, capitalism and climate change.
SMU biochemists are working with Guildhall game developers to create the ultimate challenge for fans of the wildly popular Minecraft video game: beating cancer. By harnessing gamers’ massive computational power, the scientists hope to close in on their quest to improve chemotherapy drugs.
Applications are now being accepted for the SMU Department of Chemistry’s new Ph.D. degree in theoretical and computational chemistry, an intensive and success-oriented program designed to prepare students for a future in one of the fastest growing fields in chemistry.