In our new issue of LSU Research Highlights, we catch you up the latest news—from space and the quantum realm, on fish and fruit, song and stuttering, COVID-19 testing and protection for the LSU Tigers football team, robots at the post office, and how LSU is helping to shine a light on incarceration and racial justice in America.
LSU Interim President Tom Galligan and the Office of Research & Economic Development highlight the work LSU researchers at our eight campuses across Louisiana have done and continue to do to fight the COVID-19 pandemic by developing treatments, potential vaccines, and innovations in testing and PPE production, etc.
Our second special issue of LSU Research Highlights on COVID-19 features stories on what LSU is doing to combat health disparities across the state, help residents grow victory gardens, and explain why the milk always seems to be gone.
Saving Louisiana's state bird; neutrinos offering a clue as to why there is more matter than antimatter in the Universe; fighting pollution from dangerous waste sites; discovering a fountain of youth; an actual rockstar; and more.
In this special issue, discover what some of our experts are doing to find solutions to COVID-19. Through innovation, industry engagement, and by working with our communities, LSU researchers continue our fight for Louisiana.
The new issue of LSU Research Highlights is out, featuring efforts to use artificial intelligence to suggest new drugs that could save lives; the National Science Foundation to grant free LSU tuition to 21 cybersecurity students (as well as cash and jobs); our researchers made National Geographic’s list of top discoveries over the last decade; and more. (We managed to stick a tiny frog in here, too.)
This newsletter highlights recent stories across the research enterprise.
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