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LSU Health New Orleans researchers have developed a novel, non-addictive, non-toxic painkiller that offers the hope of pain relief while also addressing the opioid crisis through safer, more effective pain management solutions for people worldwide.

Two LSU Shreveport students will assist the Air Force in generating solutions to real-world problems as part of the National Security Fellowship Program with the Air Force Global Strike Command on Barksdale Airforce Base.

Cybersecurity in Context is the new book by Professor Golden G. Richard III, director of the LSU Cyber Center and faculty lead for cybersecurity at LSU, and Chris Jay Hoofnagle, professor of law in residence at the University of California, Berkeley.

LSU Health New Orleans is helping save premature infants' lives with a recently patented test that aids in the early detection of necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), a gastrointestinal condition and the second deadliest disease in preemie babies.

Through the Scholarship First Agenda, LSU seeks to secure Louisiana’s future and create solutions essential to the future of agriculture, biomedicine, the coast, defense, and energy.

An LSU researcher says muting microphones and turning off cameras during video conferences may not provide the privacy users expect. A National Science Foundation CAREER Award will help him in his work to mitigate the risk posed by "micro signals" from those devices.

LSU researchers have invented a better syringe for delivering and injecting stem cells, allowing physicians and veterinarians to provide more effective treatment of tendon injuries by limiting the number of times the cells are "touched."

Three LSU System universities have been designated Military Friendly Schools, signifying that they create sustainable and meaningful education pathways for the military community.

In this episode of “On Par,” LSU President William F. Tate IV speaks with all-star student, Steven Seiden. Steven is a senior in the Ogden Honors College. He’s majoring in computer science with a concentration in cybersecurity. He’s an LSU Research Ambassador and member of the Society of Peer Mentors. The peer mentor, researcher, and future professor shares more about his goals and his hope to inspire others to enter the world of cybersecurity.

Armed with knowledge from his cybersecurity courses, LSU information systems & decision sciences major Daniel Lichowid Jr., earned third place in a nationwide cybersecurity competition sponsored by Deloitte. Approximately 1,500 students completed rigorous technical challenges to be among the 60 selected for the final in-person competition.

LSU welcomed Geraldine (Geri) Richmond, the Under Secretary for Science and Innovation at the Department of Energy, to campus on Feb. 28, where she visited with President William F. Tate IV and toured LSU facilities and labs devoted to energy studies.

SU researchers are using physics-based "digital twins" of solar-farming infrastructure to assess and minimize its effects on Louisiana ecosystems, funded by a nearly $500,000 experimental grant from LSU’s Institute for Energy Innovation.