ACI team plays key role in developing technology to assist international students with transcript delivery
It's technology Chinaka Njoku, a native of Nigeria, could have used more than a decade ago when he tried to enroll in college -- and later, start the U.S. citizenship process.
Researchers working with device that offers promising opportunity to more deeply analyze soft tissue injuries
Movement Science faculty are conducting research with student athletes to test the effectiveness of a device that can help assess the extent of injuries in muscles and ligaments.
Engineering students earn honors for digital design that could provide clean drinking water
Three students placed second in a prestigious competition by designing a device that would harvest fog for drinking water.
For the love of plants
Tim Evans peppers his presentations and conversations about botany with a folksy vibe, pop cultural references and even somersaulting, all to heighten interest in plants.
Researchers study if bats could lead to less spraying at apple orchards
Researchers are studying the extent bats consume insects that are problematic for apple orchards. Part of the work also involves finding ways to attract more bats to the properties.
Want to run faster?
Kyle Barnes, a former collegiate runner and avid marathoner, is studying running economy in a multi-part study that includes testing the Nike Vapor Fly.
Cooling the brain's blood flow
An interdisciplinary team of faculty researchers are testing the effects of neck cooling devices on MS patients.
Ring, beep, chirp
Step into any hospital unit and you'll likely hear a symphony of alarms that are coming from loud speakers, patient bedsides and from devices around the necks of nurses.
Move over, Mario
Each semester in Szymon Machajewski's computing course, students set out on a journey to complete missions and fight enemies, such as procrastination and trolls living under the Little Mac Bridge.
Do you remember changing your mind?
GVSU research shows probably not