When: June 19 – 24, 2022Where: New Orleans, LAResearch Theme:Learning and Prediction DART Faculty participants:KhoaContinue Reading
Hundreds of Arkansas K12 Students and Educators Engaged in Fun Data Science Activities at Recent Conference
Arkansas EPSCoR staff hosted an interactive booth at EAST Conference 2022, a K12 STEM educationContinue Reading
Anu Iyer, a junior at historic Central High School in Little Rock Arkansas, was featuredContinue Reading
A team of researchers led by Professor David Ussery at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is using high-throughput computing to help in sequencing and analysis of SARS-CoV-2 genomes within Arkansas and comparing these to millions of other Covid-19 genomes sequenced from around the world. The work performed by this team led to the discovery that the COVID-19 virus has limitations on the number of possible mutations, a significant result that will contribute to the global knowledge base needed to combat COVID-19 and similar viruses.