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1999 News Release Archive

  1. Freshman designs solve real-world problems

  2. Alum's integrated circuit invention commemorated on postage stamp

  3. Woolston teaches, learns in South Africa

  4. Research drives battery health

  5. What sank the RMS Titanic?

  6. Center grant awarded for research on disability access to telecommunications

  7. College consortium helps build Internet retailing roadmap

  8. 'On Writing Well' author Zinsser to visit campus Nov. 9-10

  9. Making waves with molecules

  10. Trading up: 'FutureTruck' project rolls up to UW-Madison

  11. Advance may put gene chip technology on scientists' desktops

  12. College to honor distinguished alumni, faculty, staff at 52nd Engineers' Day

  13. Microwave imaging may yield better breast cancer detection

  14. Career Connection 1999 links students, employers

  15. $2.1 million Ford Fund Grant benefits College of Engineering

  16. Improving the repair or replacement of heart valves

  17. Distance-degree students visit campus

  18. A new bottle for a sun

  19. Engineering mechanics students fly on NASA "Vomit Comet"

  20. Engineering Professional Development Celebrates 50 Years

  21. Cargill scholarship to enhance engineering diversity

  22. Ultrasonic Boom: Tiny medical tools give new meaning to 'cutting edge'

  23. John Webster Compiles 24-Volume Electrical and Computer Engineering Encyclopedia

  24. Study looks to nuclear energy as micro-scale fuel

  25. Peercy named dean of UW College of Engineering

  26. Wisconsin lands federal transportation research center

  27. 1999 NSF CAREER winners include four from college

  28. Researchers plot strategic plan to reduce state highway headaches

  29. New master's program offers learning via electronic classroom

  30. Students learn lifetime leadership skills at six-day LeaderShape event

  31. COE's Team Paradigm 'Future Car' first again in national competition

  32. DOE funds research into molten metal-water systems

  33. Top middle- and high-school math students tour Pegasus

  34. COE Teams Take Top Honors at Canoe and Bridge Competitions

  35. New SGI supercomputer will advance engine research

  36. 'CHESS II' to target alcohol abuse

  37. Polygon Teaching Awards and Steuber Prize winners announced

  38. Dean finalists named

  39. Engineering EXPO '99 Hosts Thousands at Tech Fair

  40. Smith and Westmont Win $10,000 in Technology Enterprise Competition

  41. New design could improve highway guardrail safety

  42. Foundation Coalition seeks to prepare a new generation of engineers

  43. COE graduate engineering ranks 12th in U.S. News and World Report

  44. Murphy among eight to receive 1999 Romnes Fellowships

  45. Team honored for disabled access technology

  46. Industrial engineering professor wins Presidential (PECASE) Award

  47. Wisconsin companies find remote sensing solutions with Affiliated Research Center

  48. Improved Solar Energy System Wins Top Honor in Annual Student Contest

  49. Student inventors make final preparations for Brainstorm competition

  50. Engineering Physics receives wind tunnel donation

  51. Faculty "learn about learning" with CCLE program

  52. New COE faculty have broad interests

  53. Students get big picture with international internships

  54. Public works infrastructure engineering and management course series grows