This is the fifteenth volume in the series of Memorial Tributes compiled by the National Academy of Engineering as a personal remembrance of the lives and outstanding achievements of its members and foreign asso
Solar radiation management is a class of theoretical concepts for manipulating the climate in order to reduce the risks of global warming caused by greenhouse gasses. But its potential effectiveness and risks are uncertain, and it is unclear whether tests could help narrow these uncertainties.
(Optical Society of America) A team of researchers has modified a manufacturing technique called two-photon polymerization to create finely detailed micro-structures, such as scaffolds for tissue engineering, more quickly and efficiently than was previously possible.
(University of California - Los Angeles) Researchers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have been awarded $4.5 million over four years by the Department of Defense to strengthen carbon nanotube yarns and sheets that hold great promise for advancing satellite technology. Using initial seed funding donated by James L.
Solar radiation management is a class of theoretical concepts for manipulating the climate in order to reduce the risks of global warming. But its potential effectiveness and risks are uncertain, and it is unclear whether tests could help narrow these uncertainties. Researchers used modeling to determine the type of testing that might be effective in the future.
Scientists are participating in research to study how to make use of the potential for auto regeneration of stem skills from skin, in order to create, in the laboratory, a patient's entire cutaneous surface by means of a combination of biological engineering and tissue engineering techniques.
This protocol describes an effective method for the production of spherical microtissues (microspheres), which can be used for a variety of tissue-engineering purposes. The obtained microtissues are well suited for the study of osteogenesis in vitro when multipotent stem cells are used. The dimensions
Dr. Marshall Myers, professor of English at Eastern Kentucky University, will present a fresh look at the War Between the States and the role of Kentuckians in the conflict during a presentation in the John Grant Crabbe Main Library on Oct. 4.
UALR’s systems engineering program in the Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology (EIT) is again among the top-ranked engineering programs at a public university in the south, according to the latest U.S. News & World Report.
This dinner-dance at The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, is one of the events celebrating the 100th anniversary of the University's first engineering programs.
Tickets for this special event are $100 per person.
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