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Physicist Awarded NSF Grant to Study Collective Behavior of Active Matter

Distinguished Professor M. Cristina Marchetti will use mathematical modeling to understand how energy is converted into motion and function.


Researchers Awarded Grant to Develop, Implement Strategies for New Antibiotics

Biologist Anthony Garza and chemist Yan-Yeung Luk respond to a public health crisis by "cloning" organic compounds from unculturable bacteria.


A Different View of Sound

Researchers in the Gebbie Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic use ultrasound technology to help kids with speech difficulties "see" how to form word-sounds correctly. (VIDEO)


Guidance from a ‘Leading Light’

Jenny Caplan G'15 has been selected by the Association for Jewish Studies to spend the next year studying under the incomparable Laura Levitt at Temple University.


Syracuse, Cal State Fullerton Awarded Grant to Enhance Diversity in Astrophysics

Syracuse professors Duncan Brown and Stefan Ballmer are using an NSF grant to help recruit and train students from underrepresented groups.


Sociology Department Presenting at ASA Conference in Seattle

Professors, Ph.D. students and researchers from the Department of Sociology are participating in the 111th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association in Seattle, Aug. 20-23.


Earth Sciences Chair Pursues Sideline as Guitarist

Geochemist Donald Siegel is a "rock star" on the stage and in the classroom.