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Neon green bacteria grow in an ocean of red-tinted growth media

August 03, 2020

AI May Offer a Better Way to ID Drug-Resistant Superbugs

Machine learning algorithm uses high-temporal-resolution growth curves to identify pathogens with 98% accuracy and predict antibiotic resistance just as well as genetic-based methods

Long, thin, neon green cells with small bright spots

August 03, 2020

Researchers Create Artificial Organelles to Control Cellular Behavior

New form of synthetic biology for controlling cellular behavior uses intrinsically disordered proteins

A handful of star-shaped nanoparticles with multiple prongs

July 21, 2020

Silver-Plated Gold Nanostars Detect Early Cancer Biomarkers

New optical sensing platform can detect genomic cancer biomarkers directly in patient tissues

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10

faculty in the National Academy of Engineering

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85%

of seniors have a job or job offer by graduation

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10

major externally funded research centers

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23

patents issued to our innovators in 2019

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#9

among top 25 U.S. engineering schools in per-faculty research funding