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    Moon receives National Science Foundation CAREER Award

    Tae Seok Moon, PhD, assistant professor of energy, environmental & chemical engineering, has received a prestigious Faculty Early Career Development Award (CAREER) from the National Science Foundation.

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    Engineering students' community-building project featured in Student Life

    The project, started by Michael Liu and Victoria Wang, uses rubber ducks with hidden questions as a way for students to meet new people on campus. 

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    Children’s Discovery Institute awards $3.1 million in pediatric research grants

    Barani Raman, PhD, and Audrey Odom, MD, PhD, will use one of the grants to work to develop an inexpensive device that detects malaria biomarkers in exhaled breath.

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    YouthBridge Social Enterprise and Innovation Competition presents $155,000 in award money

    Engineering freshman Allen Osgood and his team won $25,000 for STEMs for Youth, a program that encourages underprivileged middle school students to pursue science and engineering.

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    Jain’s team a finalist in Wireless Innovation Project competition

    A project headed by Raj Jain, PhD, that would use unmanned aerial vehicles to provide cellular access during times of crisis is a finalist in a national competition.

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    Washington University nets $3.4 million Energy grant

    Washington University in St. Louis, a leader in advanced coal research and technology, will be contributing to President Barack Obama’s sweeping climate action plan with research funded by a $3.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.

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    IDEA Labs Demo Day April 18​​​

    IDEA Labs Demo Day will include prototype demonstrations, presentations from IDEA Labs teams and a poster session.

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    Groundbreaking optical device could enhance computers, lasers

    Engineers at Washington University in St. Louis have used a "whispering gallery" phenomenon with an optical device that may lead to new and more powerful computers that run faster and cooler.

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    Gruev, Weinberger promoted to associate professor

    Viktor Gruev, PhD, and Kilian Weinberger, PhD, both in Computer Science & Engineering, were promoted to associate professor and granted tenure at the Board of Trustees’ spring meeting. The appointments are effective July 1.

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    Five students, five continents, one fascinating blog

    Mechanical Engineering student Sara Fletcher shares her study abroad experience at the University of Auckland in a shared blog, 5times5.

 
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