November 16, 2011
EPA Grant to Support EWB Work in Nicaragua
Dr. Marisa Chrysochoou, an assistant professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and two undergraduate members of the UConn chapter of Engineers Without Borders, rece. . .
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BRIDGE: Preparing for Academic Success
The legacy of the School of Engineering's annual summer BRIDGE program, offered for accepted freshmen who are designated as underrepresented populations in engineering,. . .
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Materials Science Teams Score Honors
Three interdisciplinary teams won honors at the Materials Science & Technology 2011 conference for their photographic images of a variety of natural and manufactured phen. . .
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ROTC Cadet Palmer Receives Meritorious Achievement Award
In September, Mechanical Engineering senior and ROTC Cadet Douglas Palmer was awarded the Army Achievement Medal for Meritorious Achievement.. . .
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Students Showcase Invention at National Conference
An Environmental Engineering senior design team has recently showcased their novel sensing device during the national conference of the Geological Society of America in M. . .
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UConn's smallTalk Top Pick at Preliminary Innovation Event
On October 20, a consortium of universities staged a first-ever multi-institutional student innovation poster competition on the campus of Central Connecticut State Unive. . .
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Texas Prairie Hides Remnants of Supercollider
In the early 1990's, 150 feet below ground in Waxahachie, Texas, the nation's top engineers collaborated on a project of enormous scale: the construction of a superconduc. . .
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UConn Patented Instrument Helps Reduce Risks in Drug Development
UConn researchers have patented a novel instrument that will help assess early in the drug development process how potential new drugs will dissolve in fluids. . .
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Study Targets Pharmaceutical Drug Impacts on Rivers
It has become customary for millions of Americans to consume both prescription and over-the-counter drugs with regularity. Unfortunately, this habit comes with adverse e. . .
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Editor's Corner
Honors for Drs. Epstein and Welti
Alum Directs Emerging "Smart" Appliances
The Pocket Protector
Alumni Notes
Koerner Family Grad Fellows Selected
Job Fair Signals Hiring on the Uptick
Students Capture Honors, Savor Learning Opportunities
Engineering Ambassadors Visit Magnet School
Engineering Grad Students Making a Difference in Tech School Classrooms

Biomedical Innovation: From Concept to Market
Nov 16, 2011

CT Chapter of the American Nuclear Society Dinner Meeting: Fukushima Revisited
Nov 16, 2011

BECAT Seminar Series - Multi-object estimation poses three questions: How many objects are in the scene? Where are there objects? and: Which object is which?
Nov 16, 2011

New Frontiers in Biomedical Engineering: Poster Session II
Nov 17, 2011