IT, School for the Environment, computer scientists, and engineers team up to make the cutting-edge technology available to students, faculty, and staff.
On May 2, Chancellor J. Keith Motley and the Friends of the Library hosted the annual Faculty Research Celebration in the Integrated Sciences Complex.
Two UMass Boston undergraduate computer science students are part of a team that’s going to Salt Lake City this weekend to compete in the prestigious Student Cluster Competition.
Research has implications for how cells, humans cooperate in groups
For the first time, computer science students from UMass Boston have placed first in the qualifying round of the Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, besting 14 other teams, including teams from cybersecurity powerhouses like Northeastern University and Rochester Institute of Technology.
Profesor KC Kerby-Patel was awarded the 2015 Young Faculty Award (YFA) from DARPA.
Richard Soref is a pioneer in photonics technology.
15 senior biology students have been spending their Wednesday afternoons at the new Sandbox Laboratory working with bacteria.
UMass Boston scientist imagines a future in which we will be able to prescribe “a probiotic for the environment” to help restore coastal waters.
Professor Crystal Schaaf of the School for the Environment has been appointed editor in chief of Remote Sensing of Environment.