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Alumnus Clifford Brangwynne, Ph.D. '07, won a MacArthur Foundation 'Genius Grant' for his work in soft matter physics and cell biology:
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Andy Vidan, S.M. '02 (applied physics), Ph.D. '06 (applied physics) was named the 2019 recipient of the IEEE Technical Field Award (Innovation in Societal Infrastructure):
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The Siebel Scholars Foundation has honored five computer science graduate students for outstanding academic achievement and demonstrated leadership:
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John Lambropoulos, S.M. ’81 (applied sciences and mechanical engineering), Ph.D. ’84 (mechanical engineering), has been honored with the Goergen Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching from the University of Rochester:
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Drag race teaches students the principles of physics and mechanics:
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As a software engineering intern at Yalochat in Mexico City, Zach Dietz spent his summer developing a tool to help the startup interact with data more easily:
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This fully wearable soft exosuit with automatic tuning, developed by researchers at SEAS and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, helps users save energy and walk outside over difficult terrain:
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Satisfy your sweet tooth and scientific curiosity on Sept. 24 at a free Science and Cooking lecture presented by Flour Bakery and Cafe owner Joanne Chang, A.B. '91:
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During a summer internship at SharkNinja, mechanical engineering concentrator Leatrice Bulls, S.B. '20, prototyped parts for advanced development:
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As a summer intern at the Office of Economic Policy in Washington, D.C., Dustin Swonder, A.B. '19, conducted research to identify whether prescription opiate use has depressed labor force participation:
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