Research

Inflatable Lunar Mars Habitat

Mission to ‘Mars’

October 11, 2018

UND Space Studies team launches sixth mission in Inflatable Lunar/Mars Habitat

Pitch perfect

Pitch perfect

October 9, 2018

UND and NDSU presidents made stops across western North Dakota making the case for combined research block grant

A team of SEECS students, many undergrads, from Ranganathan’s research group recently published 15 peer-reviewed papers and articles on a wide range of topics, including cyber security, social engineering attacks and impacts, GPS spoofing and exploitation, demand-forecasting for electricity pricing, and smart-home vulnerabilities. Image courtesy of Prakash Ranganathan.

On the leading edge

October 9, 2018

UND School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science students burst into research early

UND Provost Thomas DiLorenzo (second from left) along with Vice President of Research, Grant McGimpsey, (left) formalize the plans for their new structure and move to the Tech Accelerator in a meeting in Twamley Hall, Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2018.

Jackie Lorentz photo/ UND TODAY

Research on the move

October 9, 2018

Provost announces plans for Vice President for Research & Economic Development to occupy Tech Accelerator building

Reaping the fruits of seeds sown

Reaping the fruits of seeds sown

September 27, 2018

University investment coupled with homegrown talents lead to growth in external research funding

UND ‘thinks bigger’ with ND Digital Atlas

UND ‘thinks bigger’ with ND Digital Atlas

September 25, 2018

Evolving interactive state map and history book – all in one – launches following years of research

, is on a multi-university, multiple principal investigator team that received a four-year R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) totaling more than $2.25 million.

Geiger gets $2.25M for epilepsy-related research

September 11, 2018

Award marks first time that a UND faculty member has held three simultaneous top-level NIH grants as a principal investigator

UND was recently awarded a Clinical and Translational Research grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to work with researchers and medical providers in the Dakotas, including North Dakota State University, the University of South Dakota, Sanford Health, and other hospital systems throughout the region to better understand cancer and its causes, and to develop effective treatments for the disease. Image courtesy of the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences.

SMHS nets $20.3M cancer research grant

August 30, 2018

$20.3-million grant to UND will help health providers and researchers address cancer in North and South Dakota

Pres. Kennedy image: During his address at the 12th Annual UAS Summit & Expo, UND President Mark Kennedy outlined three vital inheritances for North Dakota to embrace in maintaining its status as a UAS leader. Kennedy continues to stress the importance of investing in research universities as economic engines capable of diversifying the regional economy. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Seize the skies

August 23, 2018

UND President Mark Kennedy sees now as carpe diem moment for North Dakota if it wants to stay ahead the UAS research and development pack

Using technology worthy of a high-tech Hollywood movie, Space Studies graduate student Sophie Orr is studying how to prevent motion-related injury in astronauts working in space, with a longterm goal of using the research to build a better, more efficient spacesuit. Image courtesy of Juan Pedraza.

Capturing the moment

August 23, 2018

UND grad student, Kinisiology Department use Hollywood-eque technology to design better spacesuit

Energy Hawks

Hawkish on energy

July 31, 2018

Energy Hawks students study energy in western North Dakota

Aaron Kempenich

Leaders at Work: Flying the Falcon

July 24, 2018

UND grad gives up war machines to wield cancer-fighting weapons as oncological physicist at Altru Cancer Center

Wired and local

Wired and local

July 24, 2018

UND making a difference in rural America with well-attended Midwest Big Data Hub workshop

There are 27,000 miles of pipeline in North Dakota, most of them “gathering pipelines” that bring oil to a central spot. iPIPE, the Intelligent Pipeline Integrity Program, a consortium of oil companies and the EERC, is a program that selects and tests new technology to detect and prevent pipeline links. Image courtesy of EERC.

iPIPE: Taking a bite out of leaks

June 25, 2018

UND’s EERC uses ‘Shark Tank’-like approach in search of emergent technologies to reduce pipeline spills

Widening the vision

Widening the vision

June 12, 2018

Joint UND-NDSU program introduces tribal college students to the world of STEM opportunities