Research News

// Electrical & Computer Engineering

With specialized upgrades, one-of-a-kind facility at UW-Madison forges a path toward fusion

On the first floor of Engineering Hall at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a 20-ton slightly deformed donut-helix-shaped machine forms the containment vessel for an experiment…

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// Chemical & Biological Engineering

Pioneering CBE professor Robert Bird co-authors featured article

An article titled “Transport phenomena and thermodynamics: Multicomponent mixtures,” written by Chemical and Biological Engineering Professor Emeritus Robert Byron (Bob) Bird and Associate Professor Ross…

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// Biomedical Engineering

McClean building new tools for targeting fungal infections

Megan McClean, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has landed a $426,679 grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop tools that could help…

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