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University of Wisconsin - Madison College of Engineering

2002 News Release Archive

  1. Health Effects Institute grants award to James Schauer

  2. Sewer capping project wins state accolades

  3. UW-Madison traffic-signal research draws national interest

  4. Cheaper, faster method for removing arsenic from water

  5. Development vaults semiconductor technology eight years into the future

  6. New CAD method shortens the path to engineering analyses

  7. Modeling tool speeds optical materials research

  8. Dietrich named engineering associate dean

  9. General Motors establishes collaborative research laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

  10. UW-Madison joins Big Ten nuclear engineering consortium

  11. New engineering building dedicated Oct. 18

  12. College honors 16 at Oct. 18 Engineers' Day

  13. Power Electronics offers answers to demand for power

  14. UW-Madison team develops new prostate-cancer treatment plan

  15. Career Connection 2002 pairs students with employers

  16. Fusion experiment receives $2.7 million grant

  17. Seventeen new faculty join college

  18. Chemical Engineering researchers make hydrogen from biomass

  19. J. Lance Cavanaugh joins the University of Wisconsin Foundation as senior development director for the College of Engineering

  20. Two-way left-turn lanes can improve safety

  21. Buckminster Fuller sculpture installed in new Engineering Centers Building

  22. Research gives ligaments a real workout

  23. Advance may lead to practical quantum computing

  24. Students conduct experiments aboard weightless wonder

  25. Grant program helps state start-ups find info

  26. Bandage could repair damaged tissues

  27. Timing device makes engine valves perform better

  28. Rehabilitating a better bridge

  29. National student civil engineering conference slated for UW-Madison

  30. Formula team finishes second in national competition

  31. ECE researchers' innovations improve wireless performance

  32. The chancellor and the futuretruck

  33. UW-Madison's mini-baja team takes second in national competition

  34. New Engineering Centers Building portrays engineering as art

  35. New method speeds "lab-on-a-chip" fabrication

  36. Burrill business plan, Tong Prototype, Steuber writing, and Polygon teaching awards announced

  37. Two from College of Engineering honored with teaching awards

  38. Students honored with Grainger Outstanding Power Engineering Awards

  39. Electrocardiogram recognition technology could help protect personal information

  40. Device may ease MRI breast biopsy procedure

  41. Building blocks of learning

  42. GM gives Engine Research Center $500,000 grant for clean fuel studies

  43. Trace Center assists firm in making accessible door entry

  44. Corn yields another useful product

  45. COE faculty member receives NSF CAREER award

  46. Madison quality indicators keep nursing care on track

  47. Training tool for rowers wins top prize in BRAINSTORM: The Schoofs Prize for Creativity

  48. Student inventors make final preparations for Innovation Day competition

  49. Students play vital role in state e-business initiatives

  50. Four COE Faculty earn NSF CAREER awards

  51. Breakthrough yields higher-performance materials

  52. Crystal growth process yields more precise semiconductors