The future of self-driving cars seemed all but inevitable until a fatal crash in Arizona last month prompted tech companies, automakers and lawmakers to pump the brakes. The post Self-driving cars: WFU engineering students kick the tires on safety and ethics appeared first on Wake Forest News.
Giving someone the “silent treatment” during courtship might not be the best strategy for romance. But, new research shows hoary bats fly with little or no echolocation at all as a possible mating-related behavior. The post Bats go quiet during fall mating season appeared first on Wake Forest News.
Wake Forest University senior Katrina Barth, a biophysics major from Raleigh, N.C., researching flexible and more effective neural implants, has received a graduate fellowship from the National Science Foundation. The post Biophysics student wins NSF Graduate Fellowship appeared first on Wake Forest News.
When we feel supported, we feel less stress. But sometimes we think we are being supportive of a romantic partner and we're not. Who hasn't experienced the self-satisfaction of feeling like we're 'helping' only to find we've only made the situation worse. Wake Forest University professor Jennifer Priem studies dating relationships and explores the connection […]
Wake Forest University has begun a digital diabetes prevention clinical trial that features a virtual interactive program that provides personalized guidance and weekly interactive lessons to encourage healthy habits. It is the largest-ever single-blind, randomized control trial of a digital diabetes prevention program (DDP). The post Diabetes prevention goes digital appeared first on Wake Forest […]