LSU researchers have built a cancer drug discovery engine powered by AI that soon could match any type of cancer, based on a small cell sample from a patient, with the drug most likely to cure that cancer.
The Future Is Bright: What LSU's New, Prestigious Cybersecurity Designation by the NSA Means for Students, Louisiana
LSU announced that it has been designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations, or CAE-CO, by the National Security Agency, or NSA. It's an honor shared among only 22 universities and colleges in the nation. Here, research students and alumni in the LSU cybersecurity program speak to the immediate impacts this recognition will have on them, on LSU and on Louisiana, where they all grew up.
NSA's recognition of excellence in cybersecurity validates and accelerates LSU's leadership in education and research, laying the foundation for national prominence in cyber talent and technology development.
LSU’s Mark Benfield, a professor in the Department of Oceanography & Coastal Sciences, pulls up video footage on his computer. It’s of a road in Baton Rouge’s Beauregard Town neighborhood, and you can see sidewalks and yards edged in trees. He points to a small white spot on his screen. “There’s something there.” It’s a piece of trash, one of many Benfield is tracking as part of a preliminary study he’s working on with the Louisiana Stormwater Coalition.
The Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs at LSU’s Manship School of Mass Communication will host the BASF Silverberg Sustainability Initiative to engage and educate the LSU community on sustainability development goals outlined by the United Nations.
Little Rodent, Big Appetite: Researchers identify the dietary impacts of invasive mice on the Farallon Islands
Rodents on the Farallon Islands, the largest seabird breeding colony in the contiguous U.S., have had a large impact on the native ecosystem, says new research at LSU.
Cybersecurity jobs are among the fastest growing careers nationwide. To meet this critical demand across every industry, having the top cybersecurity experts to train the next generation of information security analysts and cyber professionals is a priority at LSU.
Companies’ “work from home” policies may be driving economic inequality. At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly 70 percent of full-time office workers left their offices behind to work from home.
LSU Department of Accounting Assistant Professors Stephanie Walton and William Buslepp recently partnered with current and former Ph.D. students to publish articles in two scholarly journals.
National Institutes of Health awards LSU speech-language pathologists $2.8M for groundbreaking research to address childhood health disparities.