In a study published in the physics journal Physical Review Letters, Arjun Yodh, director of the Laboratory for Research on the Structure of Matter, and his team built upon their previous research on the “coffee-ring effect,” a commonplace occurrence when drops of liquid with suspended particles...
Determination is nothing new to Desiree Dubon, C’00, W’00, WG’05, a real estate asset manager who triple-majored in international studies, French and finance in the Huntsman Program in International Studies and Business.
Medical journalist Randi Hutter Epstein, C’84, is fascinated with what she calls the “gray zone” of medicine—that place where answers aren’t black and white and doctors and patients must make decisions based on the best available information mixed with hunches and gut feelings.
What do cell phone antennas, recording studios, and jet planes have in common? They’re just a few of the areas in which innovative brothers Ashutosh, C’93, and Vinit Phatak, C’92, have made a mark on their native India.
On a December expedition to Uganda, nature photographers John J. King II, C’74, and his wife Pam spent two days tracking wild mountain gorillas through a rainforest. On the third day, the Kings woke to find the gorillas had in turn tracked them and were strolling through their camp.