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  • Akinci and Kasi featured in Design News

    A flying robot developed by CEE's Burcu Akinci and Varun Kasi was featured in Design News. The robot, an autonomous micro air vehicle (MAV), will help inspect buildings and infrastructure by using 3-D imaging and mapping technology, reducing danger and improving analysis for humans.  Read More
  • Presto quoted in Trib on health effects of fracking

    MechE's Albert Presto was quoted in the Tribune Review on a study published by JAMA Internal Medicine that found an association between fracking and asthma attacks. Presto comments that proximity to the well has a lot to do with asthma exposure and agrees that there needs to be an even more detailed assessment on the health effects of fracking.  Read More
  • Dahl guest edits special topic issue of Cellular & Molecular Bioengineering

    ChemE/BME’s Kris Dahl was a guest editor for a special topic issue focusing on “nuclear mechanobiology” for the journal Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering, published in June 2016.  Read More

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