Grammar of the Genome: Reading the Influence of DNA on Disease
Taking tools and methods from computer science and applying them to solve fundamental biological questions, opening doors to analyses of the human genome that would have been impossible even 10 or 20 years ago.
Elevating the Future of Air Travel
David Jack, Ph.D., Baylor professor of mechanical engineering, is working to arm the aerospace industry with resources to make it smarter and safer long before a passenger ever sets foot in a plane.
Building Design with Health in Mind
Thanks to the healthy building movement, it is more common for building designs to promote employee health, but there is a gap between theory and application. One Baylor research team sought to bridge that gap, and they needed a computer scientist to accomplish the task.