Together with colleagues, researchers and students, Jonathan Lazar has officially acquired a U.S. patent for the new, more user-friendly SoundsRight CAPTCHA.
Tag Archives | Fisher College of Science and Mathematics
“Next-gen DNA sequencers take things to a whole new level. Having one at Towson will enable us to produce a goldmine of data for faculty and student researchers.”
“It’s an honor to be nominated and recognized by my coworkers for doing things that I truly love to do,” says Haines.
The Towson team now begins preparation for the national competition to be held in San Antonio later this month.
Anyone who’s been watching the Winter Olympics has probably seen at least one figure skating event. But did they think about math while they watched? Diana Cheng, an assistant professor of mathematics at Towson University, never stops. In fact, she uses figure skating to teach math to students from middle school through graduate level courses. […]
Towson is one of only 15 programs in the country to achieve the distinction.
Vera Smolyaninova believes room-temperature superconductors could one day prevent the waste of energy on the way from production to use in homes and businesses.
A TU professor and two students have developed a test for the previously impossible-to-test string theory.
The annual event draws players from inside and outside the university for fun, food and fundraising.
Donald Morgan, a senior biology major, recently completed a paleontology internship with the Calvert Marine Museum, where he unearthed more than just bones.
University Marketing & Communications
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252