Thanks to a $1 million grant from a federally funded program and a unique partnership between global defense giant Raytheon Co. and UMass Lowell, researchers at the Raytheon-UMass Lowell Research Institute (RURI) are helping bring the future of 3D-printed flexible electronics one step closer to reality.
Prof. Martin Margala of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has been awarded the Fulbright-Czech Technical University Distinguished Chair in Electrical Engineering.
Teams of researchers led by UMass Lowell are developing state-of-the-art “lidar” (light detection and ranging) technology to map and study the environment in unprecedented detail.
Computer science Prof. Holly Yanco was recently awarded four robotics technology-related grants totaling more than $1 million.
The School of Criminology and Justice Studies celebrated its graduates and alumni, including its first nine Ph.D. students, a beloved professor and heroic alum.
The university's new Integrated Nuclear Security and Safeguards Laboratory brings together a multidisciplinary group of experts from across UMass Lowell colleges and departments.
UMass Lowell's sparkling new University Crossing building has given an entirely different look to the area along Merrimack and Pawtucket streets, where the university's East and North campuses meet.
UMass Lowell's graduate programs in business, education and engineering are among the top in the nation, according to new rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
Prof. David Lustick of Nashua, N.H., a faculty member in UMass Lowell's Graduate School of Education, will be honored Feb. 9 at the White House as a Climate Education and Literacy "Champion of Change."
UMass Lowell Prof. David Lustick has been named a "Champion of Change for Climate Education and Literacy" by the White House.
Mechanical engineering Asst. Prof. Christopher Hansen is one of seven young faculty researchers nationwide awarded a NASA Early Career Faculty Space Technology Research Grant.
NASA has awarded a team of researchers led by Prof. Supriya Chakrabarti a grant worth nearly $5.6 million to develop an instrument system that could potentially detect young planets orbiting other stars in the Milky Way.
The Climate Change Teach-In, now in its fifth year, is co-sponsored by the university’s Climate Change Initiative and the Climate Action Plan.
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