The Alexander Gralnick Research Investigation Prize recognizes exceptional individuals working in the area of serious mental illness, including but not limited to schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and paranoia.
The student-run urban farm on campus now includes solar panels, with smart sensors to come, and is working with the Center for Smart Grid Applications, Research, and Technology on energy storage (Chicago Tribune).
Illinois Tech’s Muonium Antimatter Gravity Project is the only project in the world seeking to test the theory of gravity using antimatter in the form of muonium.
Shaw’s presentation at THERMEC 2016, in Graz, Austria, discussed a novel concept to address multiple challenges encountered by Li-S batteries.
Professor Patrick Corrigan’s project will examine the effects of behavior-based weight loss strategies combined with specially trained service providers with similar ethnic and behavioral backgrounds.