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All In The News tagged "Gizmodo"

Why So Many People Choose to Live Near Active Volcanoes

Loÿc Vanderkluysen, PhD, an assistant professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in a Feb. 18 Gizmodo story about why people live near volcanoes.

Canada's 'Random' Immigration Lottery Uses Microsoft Excel, Which Isn't Actually Random

Bruce McCullough, PhD, a professor in the LeBow College of Business, was quoted in a June 11Gizmodo story about Canada's random immigration lottery which may not actually be random.

Is Elon Musk's Pet Snail Okay? A Gizmodo Investigation

Paul Callomon, collections manager in Malacology in the Academy of Natural Sciences, was quoted in an Aug. 25 Gizmodo story about the health of Elon Musk's pet snail, Gary.

This Alien Worm-Creature Will Haunt Your Nightmares

An April 17 article in Gizmodo on the first description of a living giant shipworm mentioned Drexel. The paper on the discovery was co-authored by Gary Rosenberg, PhD, professor in the College of Arts and Sciences and Pilsbry Chair of Malacology in the Academy of Natural Sciences. The story was also covered by Live Science and the International Business Times April 17.

New Thing MXene Can Block Mobile Radiation

Yury Gogotsi, PhD, Distinguished University and Trustee Chair professor in the College of Engineering and director of the A.J. Drexel Nanomaterials Institute, was quoted in a Sept. 10 Cantech Letter story about his work with the Korea Institute of Science and Technology to test and develop the nanomaterial MXene for use as electromagnetic shielding in mobile devices. Related stories also ran in Gizmodo (U.K), Dispatch Weekly, Nature World News, Science World Report and Canada Journal, Babak Anasori, PhD, a research assistant professor in the College of Engineering was also quoted.

These Microrobots Steer Using Electricity and the Bacteria That Causes Urinary Tract Infections

MinJun Kim, PhD, a professor in the College of Engineering, was quoted in March 15 stories onGizmodo and Kurzweil Accelerating Intelligence story about his lab's research to develop a navigation algorithm for bacteria-powered microrobots

How Ants, Once Blind, Evolved to See Again

Sean O’Donnell, PhD, professor and associate department head of Biodiversity, Earth & Environmental Science (BEES) in the College of Arts and Science, was featured in a March 10 Gizmodo story detailing his research into ants that regrew the sight centers in their brains.

Your Coding Style Is Like a Digital Fingerprint

A Jan. 29 Gizmodo post mentioned a program developed in the College of Computing & Informatics that can identify the author of a program by analyzing their coding style.