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// Civil & Environmental Engineering
August 25, 2016
Tags: In the Media, Isthmus, Tracey Holloway
// Electrical & Computer Engineering
Tags: antennas, beam steering, communications, Electrical and computer engineering, office of naval research, phase-varied arrays, radar
// Industrial & Systems Engineering
Tags: Bier, Decision Analysis Society, Faculty, Frank P. Ramsey, INFORMS, ISyE
August 24, 2016
Tags: Aldevron, Ananth Krishnamurthy, biomanufacturing, Center for Quick Response Manufacturing, ISyE, QRM
// Electrical & Computer Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering
Tags: Arnold, directed self-assembly, Faculty, graphene, Jack Ma, nanopatterning, research, Wang
// Chemical & Biological Engineering
August 23, 2016
Tags: CBE, James Rawlings, Steenbock Professor
August 22, 2016
Tags: Hongrui Jiang, In the Media
// Biomedical Engineering
August 20, 2016
Tags: In the Media, William Murphy
// Engineering Physics, Materials Science & Engineering
August 19, 2016
Tags: EP, graduate student, Kumar Sridharan, MS&E, nuclear engineering, research, Sam Briggs
// Biomedical Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
August 18, 2016
Tags: alumni, Beebe, Lynx Biosciences, Understory, Wisconsin Innovation Awards