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  • December 5, 2012
    When I was in high school I read a book called Tales of a Shaman’s Appren­tice that I thought was going to define the rest of my life (I’ve always been kind of dra­matic like that...
    Chemical Engineering
  • December 3, 2012
    Band-​​aid tech­nology has made incre­mental improve­ments in the years since its com­mer­cial intro­duc­tion in the late 1960s, the most impor­tant of which has been...
    Chemical Engineering
  • November 19, 2012
    We heat up when we’re working hard. Com­puters do, too. And as big data con­tinues to get bigger, we’re asking these machines to work even harder, which means they require more...
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • November 9, 2012
    ChE Professor Laura Lewis was featured by NewScientist for her research in creating a non-rare earth magnet that are increasing needed in green technologies. Each week New Scientist reaches a global...
    Chemical Engineering
  • November 7, 2012
    From solar panels to high-​​resolution imaging, a host of advanced tech­nolo­gies relies on the manip­u­la­tion of light waves. Engi­neers have tra­di­tion­ally...
    Electrical & Computer Engineering
  • October 31, 2012
    CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly recently discussed implications of human-induced climate change and its possible relationship with weather extremes like Hurricane Sandy.
    Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • October 17, 2012
    ChE Associate Professor Anand Asthagiri’s research in determining the dynamics of how cells organize into multicellular communities or aggregates was featured in PLOS ONE . PLOS ONE features...
    Chemical Engineering
  • October 17, 2012
    Thomas Web­ster , the new chair of the Depart­ment of Chem­ical Engi­neering , keeps a tita­nium hip implant on his desk. “If you look at bone or any nat­ural tissue in...
    Chemical Engineering
  • October 17, 2012
    The Construction Industry Institute has awarded CEE Professor Ali Touran $250K to determine the most effective way to manage large construction project portfolios.
    Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • October 11, 2012
    CEE Professor Matthias Ruth , a leader in the field of Ecological Economics, recently testified before a Canadian panel to address the absence of environmental impact in the economic analysis of a 750-mile pipeline project taking tar sands oil to a terminal on the Pacific Ocean.
    Civil & Environmental Engineering

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