Showcasing Examples of HIBAR Research Projects
HIBAR research projects have a strong and vibrant history in many fields. Here we showcase example HIBAR projects – some are well-known historical examples and others are new and promising projects currently underway. Please email us at email@example.com if you have a HIBAR project example that we can showcase!
Research findings from project partners at the University of British Columbia and non-profit Foundations for Social Change suggest that unconditional cash transfers can be an effective solution to reduce homelessness.
A research team at Oregon State University, Stanford University, and Second Genome, a company based in California, is working to understanding possible connections between the microbiome and the central nervous system in order to identify therapeutic targets.
Through this work, deep partnerships developed between the academic institutions that hold critical reference collections of timber, and law enforcement agencies responsible for policing the illegal timber trade.
University of Idaho researchers partnered with government agencies and companies to better understand fish genetics and metabolism while also has addressing an urgent need to improve fish yields for better food security.
Long-term collaboration of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and policy makers, insurance providers, and disaster management experts has enabled effective flood insurance policies.
Researchers at the University of California Davis developed an artificial intelligence algorithm to predict readmission of patients with heart failure, enabling patients and clinicians can make appropriate treatment decisions long before hospitalization is required.
Ongoing partnerships between Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the U.S. Library of Congress, and the Smithsonian Institution have enabled the restoration of many historically-valuable recordings.
The groundwork for the lipid nanoparticle delivery systems used in mRNA COVID-19 vaccines was laid more than 40 years ago by researchers at the University of British Columbia, and the success of theses vaccines is the tip of the iceberg for genetic medicine.
This initiative brought together hundreds of ideologically, philosophically, and demographically diverse historians, political scientists, and educators, working toward a shared goal to fundamentally improve civics education in the United States.
Researchers at the University of British Columbia partnered with experts in industry and government laboratories to develop television images with real-world contrast and brightness.
Arising from the HIBAR project-rich environment within Bell Labs Zurich, the invention of the scanning tunnelling microscope enabled atomic-scale resolution of surface structure.