Media Hits

11/28 Forbes

“30 Under 30” Consumer Technology

New ECE Professor Emily Wenger was selected for the 2024 Forbes 30 under 30 list for her work on Glaze, a tool designed to safeguard artists’ works from generative AI models.

10/13 The Daily Mail

Scientists Reveal Why Time Seems to Speed Up as We Age

An article exploring why most adults have said “time flies” at one time or another as they age explores MEMS Professor Adrian Bejan’s theory that the phenomenon has something to do with how quickly sensory signals are processed by our brains.

9/25 Resources Radio

New Social Science Perspectives on Solar Geoengineering

Tyler Felgenhauer talks about different technologies that can facilitate solar geoengineering, the risks and benefits of these technologies, how international cooperation could affect the deployment of solar geoengineering, and recent social science research on solar geoengineering.

9/13 Quanta

Physicists Observe ‘Unobservable’ Quantum Phase Transition

Experiments by ECE Professor Crystal Noel and others in the quantum sciences have proven there's a balance between measuring quantum states (and destroying entanglement) and preserving entanglement information in a network of entangled objects, leading to a tipping point where one wins out over the other.

9/13 Daily Advance

ARHS Hopes to ID Links Between Als, Algal Blooms

CEE Research Professor Lisa Satterwhite is working on a project with Albemarle Regional Health Services to investigate potential links between toxic blue-green algal blooms and threats to public health, in particular Lou Gehrig’s Disease.