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It’s His Metabolism

Does the key to cancer and diabetes lie in cell metabolism? Jamey Young is determined to find out.

Material Research

Çağlar Oskay is an expert in failure and that makes him—and his work—a success. …

Heart for Research

Talk to people who know David Merryman best, and one adjective is heard frequently: passionate. Talk to Merryman yourself and it is easy to see why.

Explorer of Light

When people discover that Sharon Weiss works in optics, they often ask if she can fix their glasses.

Pushing to Improve

Smaller. Less invasive. More flexible. Those aren’t just directives from physicians regarding medical devices—they’re the goals that Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Robert Webster III has set for his research and lab.

Rebuilding Faces, Restoring Lives

War is hard on the human body. Explosions, shrapnel and gunfire are unique in the trauma they inflict, particularly to the head. They also produce injuries that dramatically change lives.