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Black engineer awards expand Sandia Labs spotlight

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— Ten Sandia National Laboratories engineers received Black Engineer of the Year Awards, including Most Promising Scientist, Modern Technology Leaders and Science Spectrum Trailblazers.

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Samsung Biologics, GreenLight conclude Covid-19 vaccine engineering run

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Samsung Biologics and GreenLight Biosciences have completed the initial commercial-scale engineering run for their messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) Covid-19 vaccine under their manufacturing collaboration.

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Engineering next-gen vaccines

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But groundbreaking ideas usually mean taking risks in innovation, which calls for scientists and engineers who aren’t afraid to dream big. Chemistry AND Physics engineering nextgen Vaccines

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Engineering smarter stents

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Pitt Engineer Youngjae Chun is part of international group that received $2M to create smarter coronary artery stents Credit: University of Pittsburgh An estimated two million people will need a coronary artery stent every year.

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Helpful, engineered ‘living’ machines in the future?

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With $100M AstraZeneca deal, a biotech and its investors engineer another buyout

Bio Pharma Dive

An entity originally known as Teneobio has now been the focus of three acquisition deals with large pharmaceutical companies since 2021, capitalizing on the industry’s growing interest in dual-acting antibody drugs

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Engineers create a programmable fiber

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Engineers design motorless sailplanes for Mars exploration

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Atmospheric Science design Engineers exploration Mars motorless sailplanesEight active spacecraft, including three operated by NASA, orbit Mars, gathering imagery of the planet’s surface at a resolution of about 1 foot per pixel.

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Three UH engineers named to National Academy of Inventors

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Hien Nguyen, Jeffrey Rimer and Gangbing song elected to senior member class of 2021 Credit: University of Houston Three University of Houston Cullen College of Engineering researchers have been named Senior Members of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) for 2021.

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Reverse engineering the heart: University of Toronto Engineering team creates bioartificial left ventricle

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University of Toronto Engineering researchers have grown a small-scale model of a human left heart ventricle in the lab. Credit: Photo: Sargol Okhovatian University of Toronto Engineering researchers have grown a small-scale model of a […].

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MIT engineers boost signals from fluorescent sensors

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Latest News boost Engineers fluorescent MIT sensors signalsCAMBRIDGE, MA — Fluorescent sensors, which can be used to label and image a wide variety of molecules, offer a unique glimpse inside living cells.

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Engineers at UBC get under the skin of ionic skin

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Technology and Engineering Engineers Ionic skin UBCIn the quest to build smart skin that mimics the sensing capabilities of natural skin, ionic skins have shown significant advantages. They’re made of flexible, biocompatible hydrogels that use ions to carry an electrical charge.

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DrugPatentWatch named “Best of the Web” by Genetic Engineering News

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DrugPatentWatch has been named to Genetic Engineering News‘ Best of the Web list. The review by Genetic Engineering News profile highlighted the “new training modules designed to help you find….

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NRL researchers target cells for tissue engineering

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Biology cells engineering NRL researchers target tissueWASHINGTON – U.S.

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Yushan Yan elected to National Academy of Engineering

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Yushan Yan, a University of Delaware engineering professor and expert in electrochemical engineering for sustainability, has been granted one of the highest professional distinctions in his field through his recent election to the National Academy of Engineering.

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UTSA professor recognized as leader in environmental engineering

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Vikram Kapoor, an assistant professor in the UTSA School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and Construction Management, was recently named to the American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists’ (AAEES) 40 Under 40 Recognition Program.

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Antibody with engineered peptide targets bone metastasis

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Cancer antibody bone Engineered metastasis peptide targetsHOUSTON – (Jan. 24, 2022) – A moderate amount of a peptide-enhanced, biological cancer drug goes a long way in treating breast cancers that metastasize to the bone.

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Engineers teach AI to navigate ocean with minimal energy

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Engineers at Caltech, ETH Zurich, and Harvard are developing an artificial intelligence (AI) that will allow autonomous drones to use ocean currents to aid their navigation, rather than fighting their way through them. Technology and Engineering energy Engineers minimal navigate ocean teach

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A new toolkit to engineer safe and efficient therapeutic cells

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA—April 15, 2022—Therapies based on engineered immune cells have recently emerged as a promising approach in the treatment of cancer. Compared to traditional drugs, engineered immune cells are more precise and sophisticated in their ability to detect and eliminate cancer cells.

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UTA engineer develops automatic crack evaluation system for roads, bridges, runways

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A civil engineering researcher at The University of Texas at Arlington will utilize a $122,000 grant to develop an automatic crack evaluation (ACE) system that could save time and money and prioritize maintenance for roads, bridges and runways.

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Scientists create a global repository for cell engineering

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A cloud-based repository that creates a digital fingerprint of engineered microorganisms has been successfully trialled. Biology cell create engineering global repository scientists

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AI-driven soldier technology wins praise from engineering society

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— The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Communications Society recognized an Army researcher and collaborators their work on artificially intelligent techniques that will enhance Soldiers’ situational awareness in the multi-domain operating environment.

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Engineering researcher receives EPSCoR grant for electrocatalysis work

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UTA engineering professor honored by AAS for leadership, technical contributions

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Balancing sustainability, safety and comfort in engineered floor slabs

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Prioritizing only this goal, however, can lead to unwanted effects — such as an echo in a room or noise traveling between floors, according to Nathan Brown, assistant professor of architectural engineering.

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Engineers evaluate the factors behind battery performance at low temperatures

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Chemistry AND Physics battery Engineers evaluate factors performance temperaturesEnergy storage with rechargeable battery technologies powers our digital lifestyles and supports renewable energy integration into the power grid.

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NSF CAREER award to break down engineering education barriers

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At the intersection of change, impact, diversity, equity, and inclusion, stands an assistant professor from the Department of Engineering Education at Virginia Tech: Jeremi London. SCIENCE EDUCATION Education Technology/Engineering/Computer Science Undergraduate

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City, University of London joins forces with Engineers Without Borders UK

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Credit: EWB UK City, University of London has joined forces with Engineers Without Borders UK. It represents the first-ever strategic university partnership initiative undertaken by the engineering charity and is aimed at embedding global responsibility into education and […].

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UMass Amherst chemical engineer receives $1.4M NSF grant to create programmable living devices for drinking water contaminant removal

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Lauren Andrews, University of Massachusetts Amherst assistant professor and the Marvin and Eva Schlanger Faculty Fellow in the department of chemical engineering, has received a three-year, $1.4 Technology and Engineering 1.4M AMHERST, Mass.

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Engineering platform offers collaborative cloud options for sustainable manufacturing

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– A Purdue University engineering innovator has developed a cloud-based platform aimed at mapping inter-industry dependence networks for materials and waste generation among manufacturers in sectors such as chemicals, pharmaceuticals and other industries tied to biobased economies.

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WVU engineers creating software for aerobots to explore Venus

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Engineers at West Virginia University are propelling exploration forward by creating control software for a group of aerial robots (aerobots) that will survey the atmosphere of Venus, the second planet from the sun.

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Four University of Arizona Engineering professors win NSF CAREER Awards

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Four faculty members in the University of Arizona College of Engineering have received CAREER Awards from the National Science Foundation. Cancer Arizona awards career engineering NSF professors University win

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Lehigh University mechanical engineering professor John P. Coulter named ASME Fellow

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Coulter, a professor of mechanical engineering and mechanics and senior associate dean for research in Lehigh University’s P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science, has been elected as a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). John P.

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MIT engineers devise a recipe for improving any autonomous robotic system

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Technology and Engineering autonomous devise Engineers improving MIT recipe robotic systemAutonomous robots have come a long way since the fastidious Roomba.

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Deep-learning algorithm aims to accelerate protein engineering

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Machine learning algorithms assist in protein engineering by reducing the experimental burden of methods such as directed evolution, which involves multiple rounds of mutagenesis and high-throughput screening.

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UArizona engineer leads $1M project to fight vision loss

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Space & Planetary Science engineer fight leads loss project UArizona visionEye infections are common in rural farming communities. A scratch on the cornea caused during agricultural work can get infected and turn into a scar, then an ulcer.

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Cell culture engineering webinars

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The in-person Cell Culture Engineering XVII Conference has been postponed until October 16 – October 22, 2021 in Tucson, Arizona. Medicine & Health Biomedical/Environmental/Chemical Engineering Biotechnology cancer Cell Biology Gene Therapy Genetics Molecular Biology VirologyTo highlight the key role that the CCE community plays to free people worldwide from the shackles of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are planning two webinars during the original dates of the conference.

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Natural gas is key to WVU engineer’s vision for clean hydrogen energy

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More than 50 years after scientists first coined the term “hydrogen economy,” the movement to make hydrogen a predominant global fuel source could be gaining traction, thanks to research led by one West Virginia University engineer.

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NASA’s Webb telescope: Engineered to endure micrometeoroid impacts

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Space & Planetary Science endure Engineered impacts micrometeoroid NASAs Telescope WebbMicrometeoroid strikes are an unavoidable aspect of operating any spacecraft, which routinely sustain many impacts over the course of long and productive science missions in space.

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Petroleum engineers of Samara Polytech developed a unique test facility

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UTA civil engineering professor named fellow of American Society of Civil Engineers

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Civil engineering chair honored by professional society Credit: UT Arlington A professor and chair of civil engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington is now a fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

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NSF CAREER award to study engineering pathways for Appalachian youth

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Credit: Virginia Tech Jacob Grohs believes that teachers and their school systems, universities, and companies are uniquely positioned to come together and create positive engineering experiences for students. SCIENCE EDUCATION Education K-12 Technology/Engineering/Computer Science

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MIT engineers produce the world’s longest flexible fiber battery

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Social & Behavioral Science battery Engineers Fiber flexible longest MIT produce worldsResearchers have developed a rechargeable lithium-ion battery in the form of an ultra-long fiber that could be woven into fabrics.