Brown University researchers are creating a technology that will allow doctors and scientists to do the seemingly impossible: See inside living humans and animals and watch their bones move in 3-D as they run, fly, jump, swim and slither. This high-resolution, high-speed imaging system will contribute to better treatments for knee, shoulder, wrist, and back ...
Kathy Kirman, executive assistant to the Department’s technical staff (TSTAFF), was awarded a Brown University Certificate of Recognition for excellent performance in Departmental Property Management. Kirman, along with seven other Brown employees, were recognized for their efforts during the 2006 Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP) Biennial Inventory, a ten-week project involving 137 academic and administrative ...
Professor of Computer Science Stan Zdonik was named a 2006 ACM Fellow for his contributions to data management and database systems.
The award, which was announced on January 8th, honors contributions to both the practical and theoretical aspects of computing and information technology. For 2006, 41 ACM members were awarded the designation of Fellow with ...
The January 2007 issue of Genome Technology magazine named Center for Computational Molecular Biology Assistant Professor Ben Raphael to their annual "Tomorrow's PIs" list.
Raphael received his Ph.D. from the University of California, San Diego in 2002 and joined the Brown faculty in September. In the past year Raphael and his colleagues ...
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