How do we perceive a sudden twig snap as a possible threat? Dr. Marieke Gilmartin turns on and off different parts of the brain to solve this mystery.
A researcher’s growing body of work explores how prejudice, discrimination and state policies affect the daily realities of Arab and Muslim Americans.
Driven to adapt his pioneering and proven treatment methods in new ways, Dr. Robert Fox keeps expanding his influence on young children with behavior problems.
Conducting research at Marquette and in Panama, Dr. Stefan Schnitzer is finding that aggressive vines are strangling some of the life out of tropical rain forests — and impairing the forests’ ability to curb climate change.
Dr. Jier Huang, assistant professor of chemistry, has received a $555,636 CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation to study how to use a promising type of metal organic framework materials to work as a catalyst in solar energy conversion. The CAREER grant is the foundation’s most prestigious award in support of junior faculty. Huang’s […]
The U.S. Council on Competitiveness’ latest sector study, co-led by A. O. Smith Corporation and Marquette University, reveals challenges faced by water users in the manufacturing sector, where nearly half of industry water consumption is attributed. Leverage: Water and Manufacturing found that to meet increasing water demand, innovation in infrastructure, technology, investment and talent are […]