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December 1, 2005

Memorial service set for Jerre Noe

A memorial service has been set for Jerre D.

November 17, 2005

Helping promising technologies get real: UW bioengineering helps speed new technology from the lab to clinical practice

The UW’s Department of Bioengineering has received a $2.

November 10, 2005

UW bioengineering selected for national partnership to accelerate the transfer of promising technology from the lab to the real world

The University of Washington’s Department of Bioengineering has received a $2.

October 18, 2005

2005 Engineering Lecture Series delves into responding to disaster

The 2005 Engineering Lecture Series, Engineering the Unexpected, focuses on how University of Washington engineers are taking the lead in designing ways to respond when disaster strikes.

October 6, 2005

UW bioengineering tops in National Institutes of Health funding again

The UW has once again topped the nation in biomedical engineering research funding from the National Institutes of Health.

September 22, 2005

UW consortium selected to help explore nanotech/cancer frontier

A University of Washington-led consortium is one of four groups selected nationwide under a federal program to explore nanotechnology’s applications for treating cancer, the National Cancer Institute and National Science Foundation announced this week.

August 29, 2005

UW engineering creates university’s first deanship with $4 million gift

A $4 million donation from Frank and Julie Jungers will create an endowed deanship in the University of Washington’s College of Engineering.

July 15, 2005

Robotics experts from around the world will meet in Seattle next week

WHO: Some of the world’s top researchers in robotics and its applications.

July 7, 2005

UW receives $15 million Grand Challenges in Global Health grant as leader of Pacific Northwest consortium to develop pocket-size diagnostic device.

The University of Washington has been awarded a $15.

June 13, 2005

White House gives presidential early career award to four UW profs

Four University of Washington faculty members are among 58 of the nation’s most promising young scientists and engineers being recognized at the White House today as winners of this year’s Presidential Early Career Award in Science and Engineering.

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