LSU has been awarded an $18.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to support the university’s Louisiana Biomedical Research Network, which was established in September 2001.
Over the next three years, Louisiana will receive $2.5 million from NASA, plus an investment of about $1.9 million from the Board of Regents Support Fund, LSU announced Tuesday.
A world of innovation and technological breakthrough was on display May 19 at LSU’s first-ever Innovation & Technology Commercialization Inventorship Showcase at the Lod Cook Alumni Center. The event comes as LSU is pushing for more of its faculty members’ innovations and ideas to reach marketplace. Here are a few highlights of the university’s innovation… Read More
Scientists have just linked a massive, ongoing die-off of dolphins in the Gulf of Mexico with the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill. But that’s not the only fallout from this spill, one of the biggest in U.S. history. Oozing oil is a recurring yet hard-to-control problem on marshes in a bay just south of… Read More
More than 250 researchers and musicians from around the world are gathered this week on LSU’s flagship campus in Baton Rouge for an international conference focused on human-computer interaction and how it affects musical performances.
Giant asteroids that hit the Earth around 3.3 billion years ago turned our planet into an apocalyptic oven which reached 500 degrees Celsius and made the oceans boil,literally.
Business Report: LSU shows off faculty’s patented works at first-ever innovation and technology event
Posters and prototypes of new innovations developed by LSU faculty members lined the walls of the packed ballroom in the Lod Cook Alumni Center on Tuesday evening at LSU’s first-ever Innovation & Technology Commercialization Inventorship Showcase.
Whole Foods Market Chairman John Elstrott told LSU’s latest crop of graduates that the keys to living a happy and fulfilled life lie within family and purpose. “Find your true purpose in life,” he told LSU’s largest-ever spring graduating class Thursday night. “Find a way to match it with your unique skills, your ideals, your… Read More
The LSU System has about 140 active licensing agreements with businesses, and it received 16 patents for new inventions in the last fiscal year, LSU Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research-Technology Transfer Andy Maas told the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge this afternoon.
The way a refrigerator keeps Chobanis chilly today isn’t all that different from how Jell-O trays were cooled and set in the 1950s. Fridges have been built using the the same basic physics for about 100 years.