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// Civil & Environmental Engineering
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// Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering
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// Industrial & Systems Engineering
April 11, 2017
Tags: ISyE, Nicole Werner, students, Wisconsin Idea
// Chemical & Biological Engineering
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// Biomedical Engineering
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// College of Engineering
April 10, 2017
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// Electrical & Computer Engineering
April 7, 2017
Tags: ECE, Faculty, microgrids, research, Wisconsin Energy Institute
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// Mechanical Engineering
Tags: Clean Snowmobile Team, SAE International Clean Snowmobile Challenge
April 5, 2017
Tags: Faculty, John Yin, research, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery