In Mindy Levine’s world, chemical molecules are talkative little beings, and she is trying to decipher how they communicate with each other when they are not attached. It’s research that can be applied to a variety of industries, from the development of tools for medical diagnostics to sensors for detecting toxicants in the environment. “If we can better understand the talking between molecules, we can use that knowledge to develop detection methods that are more sensitive and applicable in complex environments,”...
Think Big. It’s what we do every day at URI. And it’s what you’ll do, too, when you decide to join us. At URI, you’ll get the friendly, intimate feel of a much smaller school, with the cutting-edge experiences and research you’d expect at a much larger university.
Congratulations, graduates! Here's all you need to know about our 129th Commencement on Saturday and Sunday, May 16-17, 2015.
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