A new push to strengthen security of 5G wireless communications networks for use by the U.S. armed forces will be centered at the University of Kansas.
KU to Launch Summer Camps to Educate High School Students on Aerospace Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science
The University of Kansas has received federal funding to host a series of summer camps that will offer high school students short preparatory courses in aerospace engineering, artificial intelligence and computer science.
A team led by researchers at the University of Kansas has received a $1 million gran
When Toni Morrison’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “Beloved” came out in 1987, Maryemma Graham’s community book group in Oxford, Mississippi, started reading it but found its prose difficult to understand and enjoy.
The COVID-19 pandemic is an awful reminder of the “perpetual” public health challenge of infectious disease. In addition to emerging contagions, the world also faces a decline in effectiveness of antibiotics for both human and animal health.
Plastics are an indispensable part of today’s society. These nimble polymers help keep foods fresh, cars safe, arteries clog-free and have countless other uses. But the benefits come at a cost.
LAWRENCE — A past president of the American Society of Civil Engineers will give this year’s J.A. Tiberti Family Lecture at the University of Kansas School of Engineering.
LAWRENCE — Our ability to heal and regenerate new tissue after an injury has much to do with biological sex.
With the United States facing another surge of COVID-19 due to the Delta variant, an at-home test for the virus developed by researchers at the University of Kansas is moving toward commercial production. The aim is to launch the product in early 2022.
The University of Kansas hosted K-12 teachers from around the country for a five-day summer camp designed to help them teach young students about cybersecurity — and hopefully begin to groom the next generation of experts to protect America’s online infrastructure.