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March 16, 2006

Michigan biomedical engineer Matthew O’Donnell to lead UW engineering

Matthew O’Donnell, chair of the Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of Michigan and a researcher who explores imaging technologies in biomedicine, has been named new dean of the University of Washington College of Engineering and first holder of the Frank and Julie Jungers Endowed Deanship in Engineering.

March 9, 2006

Jimmy Carter, Bill Gates brave howling winds to open new bioengineering and genomic sciences building




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February 16, 2006

Eggers elected to National Academy of Engineering

Susan Eggers, a professor in the UW’s Department of Computer Science & Engineering and co-inventor of a revolutionary computer processing technology that changed commercial industry standards, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering.

February 13, 2006

UW’s Eggers elected to National Academy of Engineering

Susan Eggers, a professor in the University of Washington’s Department of Computer Science & Engineering and co-inventor of a revolutionary computer processing technology that changed commercial industry standards, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering.

February 9, 2006

Beware spyware; it’s still a threat on the Net

Spyware is alive and well on the Internet.

February 2, 2006

Spyware poses a significant threat on the Net, according to new study

Spyware is alive and well on the Internet.

January 12, 2006

Malaria drug may help prevent breast cancer, study shows

A derivative of the sweet wormwood plant used since ancient times to fight malaria and shown to precisely target and kill cancer cells may someday aid in stopping breast cancer before it gets a toehold.

Symmetry and skill: Dancing quality matches mate quality, study shows

Polyester aside, the disco dancers of the ’70s may have been on to something.

December 21, 2005

New study scientifically links dancing to attraction, genetic advantage

Polyester aside, the disco dancers of the ’70s may have been on to something.

December 19, 2005

Ancient Chinese remedy shows potential in preventing breast cancer

A derivative of the sweet wormwood plant used since ancient times to fight malaria and shown to precisely target and kill cancer cells may someday aid in stopping breast cancer before it gets a toehold.

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