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A New Strategy to 3D Print Miniature and Disposable Optical Microscopes

A New Strategy to 3D Print Miniature and Disposable Optical Microscopes

The low-cost platform developed by Professor Cheng Sun employs 3D printing to unify the traditionally discrete manufacturing processes for ease of assembly and cost-savings.
Feb 3, 2023
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Research
Teri Odom Named Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Teri Odom Named Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Odom will be honored this summer in Washington, D.C., and is part of a class spanning 24 scientific disciplines, recognized for their scientifically and socially distinguished achievements.
Feb 1, 2023
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Honors and Awards
Ankenman, Wicks Receive 2022 Meshii Awards

Ankenman, Wicks Receive 2022 Meshii Awards

The award, donated by the family of emeritus faculty member Masahiro “Mike” Meshii, honors excellence in design education.
Jan 31, 2023
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Honors and Awards
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Fall 2022 Issue: Energy Explorers

McCormick Magazine
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Energy Explorers: Powering a Sustainable Future

Northwestern Engineering researchers and innovators are pioneering new technologies, materials, processes, and products to power a sustainable future.
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Investment in People Powers CS Research Growth

Now in its sixth year of strategy-driven growth, Northwestern Computer Science continues to broaden its research scope, expand its collaborations, and deepen its impact.
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The Future of Human-Robot Interaction Is Mobile

Researchers in the Center for Robotics and Biosystems have designed team-based, mobile “mocobots” that could mean a new era of human-robot interaction in construction, manufacturing, and space exploration.
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Becoming 'Backable': The Art and Science of Inspiring Belief

In the Farley Center’s new course, Backable: Building an Innovation Practice, students learn how to inspire and motivate from author Suneel Gupta and Chicago’s famed Second City.
 

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