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A project proposal submitted by Burç Mısırlıoğlu, faculty member of Sabancı University Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, is entitled to receive support within the framework of the TÜBİTAK 1001 Scientific and Technological Research Support... DEVAMINI OKU
Sabancı University will develop a cure for retinitis pigmentosa, popularly known as night blindness, which is currently incurable. Cavit Ağca, member of the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences said they aimed to find a cure to night... DEVAMINI OKU
Sabancı University Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences (FENS) has released FENS Activity Report 2019-2020
A study by Sabancı Business School indicates that social media is a strong indicator of match expectations and investors’ estimates about stock prices.
The video anomaly detection study prepared by Ali Enver Bilecen, graduate student at Sabancı University Electronics Engineering Program, Alp Özalp and M. Sami Yavuz, senior students in the program, with Hüseyin Özkan, member of Faculty of... DEVAMINI OKU
The project implemented by Merve Senem Seven, a post-doctoral researcher at Sabancı University Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, qualifies for support within the framework of the TÜBİTAK 1505 University-Industry Collaboration Support... DEVAMINI OKU
The project submitted by Canan Atılgan, Faculty Member at Sabancı University Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences (FENS) qualifies for support within the framework of the TÜBİTAK 1001 program.
Coordinated by the Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences of Sabancı University, the project entitled “human epilepsy model on a chip” will be the first in vitro human epilepsy model fit for the design and testing of medication, and will enable... DEVAMINI OKU
Rabia Tuğçe Yazıcıgil, graduate of Sabancı University Electronics Engineering Program, has developed a chickpea-sized, ingestible capsule that transmits wireless data in collaboration with MIT in her laboratory at Boston University. The capsule will... DEVAMINI OKU
Sabancı University has joined the TeamAWARE project, funded by the European Union in the scope of 8th Framework Program Horizon 2020. Involving 24 institutions from 13 countries, the project has a total budget of 6.9 million Euros.