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University of Wisconsin - Madison College of Engineering

2003 News Release Archive

  1. Team proves stretched surfaces make better catalysts

  2. Coating could take burnables out of nuclear fuel

  3. Improving outpatient surgical success rates

  4. College's nuclear reactor set for upgrades

  5. Transportation laboratory to focus on traffic operations

  6. Research team works to protect critical infrastructure

  7. E-Business Institute helps industries enhance business strategies

  8. Golfing toward a greener environment

  9. Opposites attract: Stable and unstable materials couple for high performance

  10. Trace Center awarded five-year, $5 million grant to improve access to information technologies

  11. College of Engineering to lead Upper Midwest freight study

  12. College honors 15 at Oct. 17 Engineers' Day

  13. Re-engineered UW-Madison car wins in clean-car competition

  14. Ramanujam and Lynn named as two of the world's top young innovators by Technology Review magazine

  15. Career Connection: Linking students with companies

  16. Open communicaton: Shared code could facilitate health-care information transfer

  17. New faculty join college

  18. New bridge technique used for first time in Wisconsin

  19. New master's degree program

  20. Satellite imaging gives researchers a better look at lakes

  21. Understanding the equations key to taming turbulence

  22. Manufacturing technique offers possibilities for electronics industry

  23. New boundaries: Experiments verify ion behavior in plasmas

  24. Exploiting friction can make MEMS work

  25. Consortium helps credit unions map e-commerce strategy

  26. Freeze drying could improve supply of stem cells and platelets

  27. COE researcher engineers low-cost catalyst for hydrogen production, related discovery dramatically improves fuel cell hydrogen quality

  28. UW-Madison receives $10 million for cancer communications research

  29. Concrete canoe team takes home national championship

  30. COE researchers seek patents on sensor and MEMS technology

  31. UW FutureTruck wins second national title in a row

  32. Pre-Engineering Office wins national advising award

  33. New nanoscale device reveals behavior of individual electrons

  34. Nanotechnology conference a big success

  35. Chemical Engineering changes name to Chemical and Biological Engineering

  36. Transportation center receives federal funding boost

  37. Canoe, steel bridge teams take first at regional competition

  38. Engineering students win two places in the G. Steven Burrill Technology Business Plan Competition

  39. Imaging the body's activities

  40. Method provides new tool for diagnosing heart disease

  41. Engineering Expo celebrates hands-on learning

  42. Students honored for power-engineering interest

  43. DoD grants van der Weide team up to $5 million to build nanotools

  44. Sanders, Palecek, Shusta and Ceglarek win NSF CAREER awards

  45. New interdisciplinary transportation program launched

  46. Chemical engineers turn Wisconsin's waste into energy

  47. Alliance brings e-business technologies to Wisconsin manufacturers: Supply chain collaboration key to economic growth

  48. Academic psychology: COE's counselor helps students excel

  49. Larbalestier named to National Academy of Engineering

  50. Flow-detection system, bicycle frame take top honors in invention competition

  51. Student inventors prepare to compete in Innovation Day competition

  52. UW manufacturing solution synchronizes Rockwell work flow

  53. Authoring tool aids online course development

  54. Paths to recovery

  55. Learning from medical mistakes