A publication of research and creative activity at Chapman University | Volume 5
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By the Numbers
Since 2021, federal research expenditures have nearly doubled, and funds requested have gone up by nearly a factor of 10. That upward trajectory as an R2 institution of distinction continues.
Original paintings created to translate concepts from astrophysics in Lia Halloran and Kip Thorne’s book “The Warped Side of Our Universe.”
Smaller than the traditional bound when measuring the distance between two objects using new long-wavelength radiation technology
New FDA-approved drugs studied by pharmacy Professor Enrique Seoane- Vazquez, 47 of which were refused authorization or not recommended for reimbursement by international agencies. The cost was $115,281 per patient per year.
Associate Professor Crystal Murphy will spend in Uganda as a 2023-24 U.S. Fulbright Scholar. She will complete a documentary that tracks the decades-long movement for democracy in Sudan.
One-quadrillionth of a second pulse duration of new high-powered laser at Fowler School of Engineering.
Citations of hydrology and water resources expert Professor Tom Piechota’s published research.
Total amount of foundation grant and donor support for the research and technical assistance programs of Chapman’s Thompson Policy Institute on Disability, making education more inclusive.
Amount awarded by the National Institute on Aging to Hillard Kaplan, professor in the Economic Science Institute, to analyze the atypically small differences in brain atrophy with age and minimal Alzheimer-like findings in the Bolivian Tsimane and Moseten.
“[Research at Chapman] is driven by an abiding dedication to solving real-world problems and addressing critical needs locally and globally.”
Martina Nieswandt, Ph.D., vice president for research and graduate education