A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to speak with Marquette faculty members who are working to make the Marquette Visualization Lab (MARVL) to enhance research and education on campus.
The remarkable technology allows people to be transported to a new world, whether that is the center of a tiny protein or the universe itself. All it takes is an idea to start off the engineering students, who use the lab as a way to learn coding. Other disciplines across campus can use the lab to simulate a particular environment, look at something in close detail, or research the outcome of a certain technology.
The lab took a lot of patience and time to put together. Yet, in the few months it has been in use, it has brought together professionals and students from across campus and has created a new potential for teaching and research at Marquette.
To read my full report on the lab, click here.
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