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As part of their senior design project through the Industrial Design Clinic, Ryan Magoon, Joseph Ponti, Michael Lewis, Leif Harfst, Andy Mei, Lance Harris, and James Zimmer developed a testing robot that could help alleviate some of the challenges of matching the technology with people.

Angelique Umutoniwase was selected as the 2020 recipient of the WTS Spokane/Coeur d’Alene chapter’s Maggie Walsh Leadership Legacy Graduate scholarship. » More ...

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A new grant led by Omar Al-Hassawi and David Drake will support development of two graduate courses focused on sustainable design and entrepreneurship.

A paper by Xianming Shi and Gang Xu titled, "Characteristics and applications of fly ash as a sustainable construction material: state-of-the-art review" was awarded the 2020 Most Cited Paper Award by Resources Conservation & Recycling. » More ...

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Work led by Jean-Sabin McEwen and Di Wu could lead to better ways of using water in processes that make renewable energy more viable.

A student electrical engineering team at Washington State University Tri-Cities is designing a prototype of a ventilator that they hope could one-day be used as a low-cost option compared to expensive commercially available devices on the market amid COVID-19 and beyond. » More ...

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A research team led by Ananth Kalyanaraman have developed a fast, scalable algorithm that can optimize the distribution of vaccines in a simulated epidemic network, potentially bringing the number of infected people down by three to seven times.

Eunice Kwon received an Honorable Mention in the Student Competition in Environmental Sensors at AIChE’s annual meeting last month. » More ...