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Mar 12, 2012

Congratulations Nazli Caner

Bioengineering PhD candidate Nazli Caner is one of only 5 recipients of the OARSI Young Investigators Scholarship which will be presented at the OARSI Congress in Barcelona in April.

Bioengineering

Mar 12, 2012

Population Growth Would Fuel Global Water Shortage

CIV Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly’s computational model of the world’s future water supply shows that population growth has a greater impact than climate change.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Mar 06, 2012

Reinventing The Magnet

ChE Professor Laura Lewis and ECE Professor Vince Harris have received a $3.5M DOE grant to create a rare-earth-free magnet as part of the Rare Earth Alternatives in Critical Technologies (REACT) Program.

Chemical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering

Mar 01, 2012

CEE Senior Wins AWWA Prize

Keith Nelson, CEE Senior on co-op at Kleinfelder/SEA, presented this month at the Spring Conference and Exhibition of the New England Water Works Association.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Feb 29, 2012

Top Co-Ops: Kristen Blackbird Helps Build the Kostas Institute

Civil Engineering Senior Kristen Blackbird worked on coop with Gilbane Building Company during the construction of the new George J. Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Feb 29, 2012

Design Alternatives for Boston's North End

Under the supervision of Assistant Academic Specialist Daniel Dulaski, a team of Civil capstone students, are trying to develop a solution to lessen the congestion in Boston’s North End.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Feb 29, 2012

Capstone Acts as a Real World Experience

A group of capstone students, under the direction of MIE Professor Constantinos Mavroidis, have designed a rehabilitation glove to increase fine motor control of the hands of patients post-stroke.

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Feb 29, 2012

Harris is Top in the World

ECE Professor Vincent Harris has been identified to be in the top 1% of the world's most cited scientists from 2000-2010. His top 50 papers have been cited on average more than 44 times each.

Electrical & Computer Engineering