Power engineers assembled in Champaign for the fifth student-organized Power and Energy Conference at Illinois.
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Gift launches $50-million-plus partnership to revolutionize health care
A partnership of doctors and engineers launched last week will revolutionize clinical simulation, education, and health care. The $50-million-plus Jump Applied Research for Community Health through Engineering and Simulation (Jump ARCHES) will create joint research projects between the Jump Trading Simulation & Education Center (Jump) at OSF HealthCare in Peoria and the University of Illinois' College of Engineering.
Boppart’s developments in medical instruments earn him 2014 Innovation Transfer Award
Developing medical instruments that will change the way both primary care doctors and cancer surgeons treat their patients has earned ECE Professor Stephen Boppart the 2014 Innovation Transfer Award. Boppart and other Innovation Award winners were recognized at the February 27 Innovation Celebration, which took place at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications.
Ready your bots, EOH is coming
With Engineering Open House just around the corner — Friday, March 14 and Saturday, March 15 — six student robotics teams are gearing up for the AMD Jerry Sanders Design Competition.
Popescu named SPIE Fellow
ECE Associate Professor Gabriel Popescu has been named a Fellow of the International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) for achievements in biophotonics by phase measurements and interferometry.
Understanding the nature of cancer, one cell at a time
Cancer affects millions of people every year in various ways. While some people have great success in fighting a particular kind of cancer, others with the same cancer type may have a totally different experience. Illinois researchers are trying to find personalized treatments for each individual patient by figuring out how cancer cells respond to drugs at the individual cell level.
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