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A series of images of thin, almost transparent lines in black and white, which are retinal scans created with OCT

January 28, 2020

Artificial Intelligence Predicts Treatment Outcome for Diabetes-Related Vision Loss

New algorithm poised to help doctors individualize treatment for diabetic macular edema

PhD student Enakshi Sunassee images a fluorescent specimen by using optical technology that was developed by the Center for Global Women's Health Technologies. All photos by Les Todd

January 24, 2020

Women's Health: It's Personal for Nimmi Ramanujam

Through her roles as both a mentor and engineer, Nimmi Ramanujam gauges success by determining how she can change the status quo and push the boundaries of biomedical engineering

Adrian Bejan (left) stands in front of a brick building with pillars. His new book cover is on the right.

January 21, 2020

Freedom and Evolution: Hierarchy in Nature, Society and Science

Adrian Bejan has written his third book intended for a general audience centered on his concept of the constructal law

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Scientific American | January 27, 2020

Rise of Robot Radiologists

Featuring Cynthia Rudin


The Wall Street Journal | January 24, 2020

Mathematics Pioneer Ingrid Daubechies Has More Barriers to Break

Featuring Ingrid Daubechies


Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News | January 17, 2020

Learning to Speak Genome

Featuring Charles Gersbach

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faculty in the National Academy of Engineering

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of seniors have a job or job offer by graduation

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major externally funded research centers

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patents issued to our innovators in 2019

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