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Led by Lei Li and graduate student Mojtaba Falahati, researchers have developed a low-cost, easy way to make custom lenses that could help manufacturers avoid the expensive molds required for optical manufacturing.

ME grad Austin Corbin received a Society of American Military Engineers Award of Merit. » More ...

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Ryan Smith was named by Modular Home Builder as one of its Five Heroes of Modular Housing.

WSU researchers, including Svetlana Lockwood and Shira Broschat, found a troubling number of errors in publicly available genomic data as they conducted a large-scale analysis of protein sequences. The announcement was highlighted by Science 360 News. » More ...

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Shirin Shahsavand and Wesley Underhill are recipients of the WSU Employee Presidential Scholarship.

Architecture and civil engineering student Alejandra Carranza was featured in a WSU Insider story on growing international enrollment and study abroad participation. » More ...

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Mehrzad Mehrabi pour received the Helene M. Overly Memorial Scholarship from WTS Puget Sound Chapter.

Yong Wang was interviewed by the Daily Evergreen. Wang helped to develop a catalyst used in vehicle exhaust emissions that can withstand high temperatures and reduce pollutants at low temperatures. » More ...

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The Engineering and Technology Management program launched “Project Management in Digital Environments,” a course specifically designed to respond to global demand for professionals ready to lead the projects that comprise your sector’s response to digital transformation.

Arda Gozen and Jana Doppa each received Early Career awards from the National Science Foundation. » More ...

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Anurag Srivastava was awarded $500,000 through the University of Utah on their project focused on resiliency for Pacific Corp as part of the DOE $36M Advanced Solar Energy Integration program.

The Daily Evergreen reported on the marine drag research of Konstantin Matveev. » More ...