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Mechanical, Biological Engineers Team up to Improve Genome Sequencing
Professors Steve Tung of mechanical engineering and Jin-Woo Kim of biological engineering received an NIH grant to make DNA sequencing faster, cheaper and easier.
Forum Today for Second Vice Provost for Research and Innovation Candidate
Robert Nobles II, one of two finalists for the position of vice provost for research and innovation, will be making a presentation from 2:30-3:30 p.m. today in Room 26 of Gearhart Hall.
Membrane Center Workshop Set for Friday
The Arkansas Membrane Research Center and the Ralph E. Martin Department of Chemical Engineering will host the second Sino-US Membrane Center Workshop from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, June 15.
Researchers Set Up, Test New MicroCT Imaging System
Researchers in Fulbright College and the College of Engineering recently tested a new MicroCT imaging system, which uses computed tomography to create virtual images of internal and external structures.
Forums Set for Candidates for Vice Provost for Research and Innovation
Finalists for the position of vice provost for research and innovation — Daniel Sui, Robert Nobles II, and Lynne Parker — are scheduled to make presentations on campus starting Monday.
Prestigious NSF Award, Baby Boy Arrive Three Days Apart for Industrial Engineering Professor
"In the same week, I experienced one my life's most significant events and one of my career's most significant events," said Kelly Sullivan, assistant professor of industrial engineering.
Researchers Find Evolutionary 'Tipping Point' Linked to Climate Change
Dwindling food supplies due to severe events such as drought may push species to the point of having to adapt to new resources.
Biomedical Engineering Professor Receives Department of Defense Funding for Wound-Healing Research
Kyle Quinn, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has received approximately $140,000 to study the role that spinal cord injuries play in skin wound healing.
Electrical Engineering Projects Bring Students, Industry Leaders Together
Electrical engineering students partnered earlier this year with leading companies to complete capstone design projects that benefitted both the students and the businesses.
Doctoral Student, Professor Win Time at National Lab for Cancer Nanoparticle Treatment Research
David Huitink, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, and doctoral student Hayden Carlton collaborated with researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.