Research at UMass Lowell

A multidisciplinary research team was recently awarded academic research grants by the Toxics Use Reduction Institute (TURI) totaling nearly $64,000 to develop environmentally friendly alternatives to hazardous materials currently used in industry. Read news story.
The Center for Terrorism and Security Studies (CTSS) at UMass Lowell, which officially opened in September, received more than $1 million in research grants from the National Institute of Justice. The Center brings together top experts in academia to lead new degree programs and research efforts to meet the ongoing threat of domestic terrorism. Learn more.
UMass Lowell Computer Science professor Holly Yanco was one of twenty Massachusetts leaders honored as “Women to Watch” for 2013! Yanco is the faculty director of the University's new NERVE Center, the first comprehensive validation trial facility in New England! Learn more.

Research & Innovation