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KTH joins major EU university alliance
As part of a major education and research initiative, the EU Commission is financing 17 European university alliances. Each of these alliances includes a number of universities and KTH is part of UNITE!, (the University Network for Innovation, Technology and Engineering), together with universities of technology in Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain. “UNITE!…
STEAM programs inspire kids and adults
In rural Georgia counties, STEAM programs are having an impact on kids, teenagers and adults. STEAM is designed to integrate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM – the “A” stands for Art) subjects into various education disciplines. The goal is to teach students how to think critically and use engineering or technology in creative approaches to real-world problems while building…
MSU Well Represented on ‘Top in Tech’ List
Three Mississippi State University personnel are being recognized as Mississippi’s leaders in technology. Trey Breckenridge. Image courtesy of  Mississippi State University by Diane Godwin. Director of High Performance Computing Trey Breckenridge, Computer Science and Engineering Associate Clinical Professor Sarah Lee and Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems Executive Director Clay Walden all were named to the Mississippi…
A new way to make droplets bounce away
Engineers design surfaces that send rain flying away, potentially preventing icing or soaking. In many situations, engineers want to minimize the contact of droplets of water or other liquids with surfaces they fall onto. Whether the goal is keeping ice from building up on an airplane wing or a wind turbine blade, or preventing…
Dixon, Siqueira honoured by IADR
A pair of internationally renowned Western researchers were honoured recently for their work in and commitment to their discipline, the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) announced this week. Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry professor S. Jeffrey Dixon received the 2019 IADR Distinguished Service Award for his decades of dedicated service to the association…
Jessica Shotwell
Doctoral student Jessica Shotwell is passionate about public health and is researching ways to facilitate and improve health care systems and health communication platforms so people receive equitable and equal health care. Hometown:  Winsted High school:  Gilbert High school Current employment:  UGA Experiential Professional Development (xPD) summer intern for The Office of Industry Collaborations. Doctoral research…
Enhanced human Blood-Brain Barrier Chip performs in vivo-like drug and antibody transport
Like airport security barriers that either clear authorized travelers or block unauthorized travelers and their luggage from accessing central operation areas, the blood-brain-barrier (BBB) tightly controls the transport of essential nutrients and energy metabolites into the brain and staves off unwanted substances circulating in the blood stream. Importantly, it's highly organized structure of thin blood…

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