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University of Wisconsin - Madison College of Engineering

2004 News Release Archive

  1. A “cool” research project

  2. Automated postal kiosks include UW-Madison accessibility features

  3. Exploring the “shocking” physics of fusion fuel

  4. New building blocks, in theory, for optimization

  5. BME design expo to showcase real-world solutions

  6. Most outstanding: Once again, MEPP recognized for excellence

  7. New Wendt library director hails from MIT

  8. CBE team designs improved catalysts for hydrogen chemistry

  9. Telecommunications access RERC grant awarded to Trace Center

  10. On-line engine degree program proves to be a success

  11. College honors 17 at Oct. 22 Engineers' Day

  12. Fall 2004 Career Connection a great success

  13. ME students invent novel popcorn feeder

  14. Single electron transistor created with tiny mechanical arm

  15. New UW-Madison NSF center investigates nanotechnology

  16. $6.9M initiative aims to improve health measurement tools

  17. New faculty join college

  18. UW-Madison leads state alliance to boost minority participation in sciences

  19. Wisconsin engineers clear bottleneck in production of hydrogen

  20. College to play key role in electric cooperative training programs

  21. Paper explains ferroelectrics memory losses

  22. Potter helps lead UW-Madison storm water overhaul

  23. Assembly advance means quick custom integrated microsystems

  24. Summer school a hit with two "grand" generations

  25. CEE department to host environmental engineering conference

  26. COE Future Energy Challenge Team wins 2004 American Tour de Sol Hydrogen Award

  27. Viewing breast biopsy in a new light

  28. Concrete canoe wins national title again

  29. FutureTruck wins third in a row

  30. Fusion experiment back on track

  31. Researchers to study fate of prions in wastewater

  32. Accessibility technologies help vets use WWII Memorial info kiosks

  33. Canoe, bridge teams head to national competitions

  34. Method eases nanowire manipulation

  35. Simple sugars aid preservation of bacterial probiotics

  36. Students win prizes totaling $22,000

  37. Study: Mimicking viruses may provide new way to defeat them

  38. Making the most of stem cells

  39. ECE research advances wireless communication technology

  40. Snowmobile team wins national championship

  41. Simulating spheromak behavior in 3-D

  42. Taking care of care workers

  43. MS & E faculty member wins NSF CAREER award

  44. Nanotubes reveal role of support in gold catalyst mystery

  45. Perepezko elected to National Academy of Engineering

  46. Ice-fishing net, automated polymer pellet separation system take top honors in student invention competition

  47. Ice-fishing net, automated polymer pellet separation system take top honors in student invention competition

  48. Student innovation competition set for Feb. 12 and 13

  49. Is bar-coding the best medicine?

  50. Engineering students win berth aboard NASA's Weightless Wonder

  51. Engineering professor devises cutting-edge way to cut cheese better

  52. UW-Madison reseachers to help with anti-terrorism effort

  53. Intensive field research reveals more secrets of the Anasazi