Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham have identified a possible mechanism of human cognition that underlies autism spectrum disorders, or ASD. 

Working together is the key to finding solutions to problems that cross disciplines. The College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) awarded three Interdisciplinary Team Awards to foster those connections.

How hard is it to install a car seat correctly? In all probability, it’s harder than you think.

David Schwebel was awarded the 2019 Distinguished Professional Contributions to Applied Research. The American Psychological Association gives the award annually to a psychologist whose research has led to important discoveries or developments in the field of applied psychology.

Catherine Daniélou, Ph.D., senior associate dean for Undergraduate Academic Affairs, has established the Michel de Montaigne Endowed Prize in the History of Ideas.

Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham have developed a new method for two-factor authentication via wearables using speech signals.

Recovery from an eating disorder has helped one former Blazer athlete solidify her career path and has her determined to help others.
UAB’s team found that smartphone motion sensors may pose a threat to speech privacy only if devices are sharing the same surface.
Such analysis, researchers say, can help identify pathogen contact points between species, including pathogens causing human disease.
UAB will investigate the usefulness and success of three different models for preparing educators to increase the number of STEM teachers in Alabama.
Entrepreneurship training program pushes students to develop and deploy ideas to be successful startups.
Graying hair is linked to innate immune response, activation of which can decrease pigmentation in hair.
The Smart Bracelet, designed by UAB researchers, automatically detects signs of physical assault and alerts emergency personnel of the user’s location.
Driving assessments and experience in diverse driving situations could lead to fewer crashes among young drivers.
Krueger-Hadfield continues her investigation into ecology and evolution of seaweed life cycles.
These synthetic diamonds, used in micro-anvils, have produced nearly twice the pressure found at the center of the Earth.
These novel, biocompatible, hollow capsules can serve biomedical and industrial uses.
Security researchers develop automated verification model to better secure data sent via.
Heating a mixture of gases to furnace temperatures is one way to make a diamond film, nature’s hardest substance. Adding boron to the gas mixture may create new materials.
Amy Bonka, a Ph.D. biology student, has recently received a National Geographic Early Career Grant.
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