A CAREER award from the NSF will allow Nathan Kidwell and his lab to investigate the chemistry of hydroxyl radicals.
Department of Energy funding will allow physics department to add a new faculty member and a graduate student.
Failed emergency intubation leads to a large number of deaths in the U.S. A better laryngoscope can reduce that number. Ran Yang and her team are working on one.
Rising ocean temperatures are likely to result in extinction of some species of mollusks. But which will we lose first?
He becomes the third current member of William & Mary's Department of Computer Science to hold the distinction.
The Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel is tasked with drawing up a plan for particle physics research for the next decade or so. William & Mary's Christopher Monahan is a member of the group.
Many early societies relied on cultural land-use templates that didn't always work out so well. Jennifer Kahn says we have better information today.
A theorist, an experimentalist and a data scientist/physicist gave presentations at the quantum chromodynamics sessions at MIT.
Have that nap. But don't blame your Thanksgiving "food coma" on an innocent amino acid.
The U.S. Department of Energy has directed $35 million to a multi-institution investigation of quantum chromodynamics. And William & Mary's Kostas Orginos is one of the leaders.
The competition was fierce, from the cream of the international research-university crop, and William & Mary brought home significant honors.
William & Mary's iGEM teams have been successful in iGEM international competitions, even winning the Grand Prize in 2015.
Those antioxidants that we're encouraged to include in our diet may be getting a boost from the "ultimate green molecule."
Dmitry Evtyushkin wants to establish a new paradigm to make computers more resistant to "information leakage."
MCP pairs female undergrads 1:1 with women practicing physics/engineering outside of academia.
A team of computer scientists outlines a leading reason behind insecure data and makes recommendations about how to fix the problem.
They may be brainless, but they have a mind of their own: the freshwater jellyfish of Crim Dell are back in bloom.
New technology allows researchers to track the altitude of migrating shorebirds, data that will be taken into account in planning sites for offshore wind farm turbines.
Geologist Nick Balascio is one of William & Mary's two Fulbright Scholars for 2022-23. He will conduct research in Norway and engage with iEarth, the Norwegian initiative aimed at earth-science undergraduates.
Kristin Wustholz's chemistry lab has "planted a flag in the ground" regarding a new technique for multicolor single-molecule imaging.
Rachel O’Brien and a pair of undergraduate researchers get past the poetics and into the chemistry of dew.
Protons and neutrons make up 95 percent of all visible matter. The interior of each proton and neutron is a wild land of particles and antiparticles popping in and out of existence. William & Mary…
U.S. Marine Jacob Stechmann ’24 became interested in medicine by helping Army medics treat wounded Kurds in Syria. He now researches artery function at William & Mary.
Anna Mehlhorn has combined her biology major and art/art history minor to follow in the steps of the great naturalist-illustrators of the past.
An intriguing set of mysteries has surrounded William & Mary's first-edition copy of Isaac Newton's masterwork. Caitlin Dolt ‘22 brought her knowledge of Latin and physics to the task. (And also persistence: At one point,…
The S. Laurie Sanderson Awards for Excellence in Undergraduate Mentoring recognize the "under the radar" contributions of graduate students in the university's Arts & Sciences programs.
Researchers in William & Mary's Department of Geology have been working since 1989 on mapping the presence of dangerous radon gas in and around Williamsburg,
The Roy R. Charles Center at William & Mary has announced its first slate of awards under the Faculty-Mentored Research Incubator program.
Yifan Sun is a member of a team of scientists that surveyed social media users in Georgia and Massachusetts to gain insights on what pandemic-related information people accept — or what they don't.
Saskia Mordijck will take a brief leave from her plasma experiments in Los Angeles to participate in the March 17 White House Summit: Developing a Bold Decadal Vision for Commercial Fusion Energy.