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Researchers Find Hidden Micro-Stressors in Routine Driving
UH and Texas A&M Transportation Institute use affective computing to gain unique insights into the driver condition.

Fear Not the Deadlines, New Research Finds
First-of-its-kind study suggests stress levels stay the same with or without deadlines.

Researchers Develop Safety Monitoring System for Construction Sites
ViPER+ accurately tracks workers’ location on job site to enhance safety.

New UH Project Combats Food Insecurity Through AI
Digital Platform Aims to Help Food-Insecure Texans Access Nutritious Meals

Computational Physiology Lab Celebrates 20 Year Anniversary
CPL anniversary celebration recognizes research and alumni achievements.

Two NSM Professors Named Senior Members of National Academy of Inventors
Academic Inventors are 'Rising Leaders in their Fields.'

Computer Scientists Examine Impact of Workplace Scheduling on Economic Activity
NSF-Funded study focuses on employee productivity while navigating COVID-19.

Artificial Intelligence is Changing How Students Learn
Amin Alipour awarded NSF grant to explore the impact of AI in computer science education.

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