Much has been said and written about the key role STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) will play in securing global leadership in the future. In this male-dominated arena, women have made some measurable inroads as educators, researchers and entrepreneurs. At NYU-Poly, some remarkable women are engaged not only in research and teaching, but also in the creation of processes and applications that are making significant contributions in health, medicine, energy and the environment.
Nikhil Gupta and Paulo Coelho on Improving Armor, Helmets and the Diagnosis
Today’s medical scanning devices are unable to detect the microscopic damage to bones – and we assume such damage also occurs to the brain and other parts of the body. With today’s technology, it could take years to detect the injury, making treatment difficult.