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The ISIS jihad: "A very, very serious crisis"

Henri Barkey discusses Iraq, Syria, Turkey and the Kurds.

'A culture of excellence’

Students reflect on the Mountaintop 2014 experience.

Engineering professor named NSF program director

Hector Muñoz-Avila, an expert in artificial intelligence, is beginning a two-year rotation.

A high honor for a grad student

Niki Patel presents her catalysis research at ACS symposium.

Foiling bugs that foil drugs

An organic chemist builds tools to help the immune system fight bacterial infections.

An elusive Nobel laureate

A student film probes the life and poetry of Wisława Szymborska.

Technology for smarter living spaces

Student researchers aim to equip homes and offices with intelligence.

A tiny weapon joins fight against cancer

An engineering alum builds a sensing device from nanotubes and DNA.

Unearthing ‘hidden’ civil engineering collections

Linderman Library gets grant to archive the papers of international engineering legends.

How do you want to learn?

A trio of engineering students at Mountaintop tackle an education problem.

Yongkang Gao (right) and Filbert J. Bartoli took advantage of nanofabrication advances to improve the resolution of their nanoscale biosensors to levels almost as sensitive as those achieved by much larger commercial systems.

RESEARCH

Light and electrons, a profitable dance

Engineers use nanofabrication advances to improve the sensitivity of nanoplasmonic biosensors.