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University of Wisconsin - Madison College of Engineering

2008 News Release Archive

  1. Models inform worldwide nuclear energy choices

  2. UW-Madison engineer receives presidential award

  3. Unique tool enables vibration researchers to think big

  4. Freeing underground oil, with water

  5. Uncovering the real dirt on granular flow

  6. Certificate program to enhance engineers' liberal arts education

  7. Stretching silicon: A new method to measure how strain affects semiconductors

  8. UW, WISDOT teamwork gives bridge-building a lift

  9. College honors 15 at Oct. 24 Engineers’ Day celebration

  10. Railroad engineering, revived: UW-Madison courses help growing industry stay on track

  11. A new view: Tunable microlenses shine (infrared) light on medical imaging

  12. Restoring order: UW Arboretum runoff solutions combine ecology and engineering

  13. Record career fair connects thousands of UW-Madison engineering students with recruiters

  14. Student news: UW-Madison engineering students begin water-quality projects in Kenyan village

  15. Dynamic new faculty members can make a mark on research, education

  16. International education prepares UW-Madison engineering students for global workplace

  17. Student news: Student entrepreneur aims to reduce carbon emissions by selling laptop energy credits

  18. New process derives ‘green gasoline’ from plant sugars

  19. Madison XO laptop project brings innovative tool to local children

  20. SEMATECH donates cutting-edge lab equipment to UW-Madison

  21. Watershed study solidifies science behind ecosystem restoration projects

  22. Self-assembling polymer arrays improve data storage potential

  23. Student news - Building on a legacy: UW-Madison students improve Ecuador water quality

  24. Student news - Gianluca Mantovano: The face of prospective student tours has the drive to succeed

  25. Riders respond: UW-Madison transportation researchers evaluate Madison Metro service

  26. Engineering mechanics alum bridges the NASA generation gap

  27. Student news - NASA co-op pushes student to a new frontier of vehicle design

  28. Associate dean advises NASA on human challenges in space programs

  29. Student news - ZeroG team finds spray cooling works in space

  30. Airless tire project may prove a lifesaver in military combat

  31. UW-Madison green snowmobile logs first month at Arctic research station

  32. Synchronized swimming: Collections of microorganisms make their own waves

  33. Student news: UW-Madison grad student to meet Nobel laureates

  34. Four College of Engineering faculty receive NSF CAREER awards

  35. Student news: UW-Madison students design ‘disaster’ for Wisconsin rescue training facility

  36. College of Engineering proposes differential tuition for undergraduates

  37. College honors faculty and staff

  38. Energy, contracting industry leaders receive honorary degrees

  39. Student news - Wisconsin biomedical engineering undergrads design meaningful medical solutions

  40. Student news - A weekend of success for UW-Madison engineering teams

  41. Student news - Grand challenges: Freshman course teaches students how engineering benefits society

  42. Department of Energy funds microgrid collaboration

  43. Engineering class infuses green ideas into local building projects

  44. Using street theater to channel the lessons of molecules

  45. Pi Mile Run benefits well water project in El Salvador

  46. Money doesn't grow on trees, but gasoline might

  47. New nanoparticle catalyst brings fuel-cell cars closer to showroom

  48. Tell them where it hurts: Statue of David lends perfect form to new method for modeling strain in both inanimate and human structures

  49. UW-Madison snowmobile team ‘zaps’ competition with electric snowmobile

  50. Student news—Mystery pudding and marshmallows bring students together during E-Week

  51. Student news—Sustainable engineering: UW-Madison students help El Salvadoran communities construct wastewater system

  52. UW-Madison professor named first scientific director of national nuclear research facility

  53. RFID technology explored to improve safety, quality of the nation's blood supply

  54. Off the hook: Stronger soft-plastic fishing lure reels in raves

  55. Two UW-Madison engineers elected to national academy

  56. Valve-based catheterized system wins top honors at Innovation Days

  57. Undergraduate inventors to compete Feb. 11 and 12

  58. Where the rubber meets the road: Wisconsin asphalt research yields energy savings

  59. With a jolt, “nanonails” go from repellent to wettable

  60. Student news: UW-Madison and University of Cape Town students find vision and friendship at first cross-cultural LeaderShape

  61. Research relationship drives combustion-engine improvements

  62. Student news: LeaderShape travelers labor and learn in Cape Town communities

  63. Student news: Early days of LeaderShape are about similarity more than difference

  64. Student news: Vision meets reality at Cape Town leadership panel

  65. Student news: Cape Town session will help LeaderShape program expand

  66. Student news: Up close and personal with African wildlife on the Cape Peninsula

  67. Student news: Haggles and history in downtown Cape Town

  68. Student news: Table Mountain: A physically challenging, naturally rewarding climb

  69. Student news: From the mountain to the sea, LeaderShape is off to a busy start

  70. Student news: UW-Madison engineering students arrive in Africa