The Illinois Tech research teams will investigate cyberbullying, data-driven crime prevention, and drug-microbiota interactions.
The five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health will support Mogul’s research that aims to expand the knowledge of using deep brain stimulation to disrupt epileptic seizures.
Scientists at the Center for Nutrition Research, within Illinois Tech’s Institute for Food Safety and Health, found that low-income shoppers prefer organic produce—though they may not always purchase organic—and trust the recommendations of scientists, among other findings.
AquaGrow Technologies, founded by two Illinois Tech College of Science faculty members, is developing mobile aquaponics farms that run on food waste.
Ivan Lepetic, a physics Ph.D. candidate, will study low-calibration systems for liquid argon time projection chambers, detectors used in neutrino research.