Dr. Farida Selim, associate professor of the BGSU Physics and Astronomy Department, is developing a new method to demonstrate semiconductor conductivity. This technology solves a problem that will allow the size, weight and energy consumption to shrink on devices such as laptops, cellphones, electric vehicles and other forms of renewable energy.
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Gender resentment may affect COVID-19 stay-at-home compliance
Bowling Green State University political scientist Dr. Nicole Kalaf-Hughes' research looks at state health orders' effectiveness when issued by women in positions of power.
Wood County: A swing county to watch in 2020 Election
BGSU political scientist is sought-after expert during election season and says with Ohio's history of picking the president, BGSU students' votes count.