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Hajim School News 2007


Prof. Robert Boyd makes Discover's Top 100 List (Jan. 12,2007)

Prof. Ben Ebenhack lectures on "Linked Fate: Energy Equity in Our Global Society"  (Jan. 12,2007)

New Engineering Program Gives Students International Exposure (Jan. 17, 2007)

Prof. Chuang Ren wins 2 million hours of supercomputing (Jan.17, 2007)

Ching Tang, OLED creator, joins  ChemE faculty (Jan. 19, 2007)

Prof. Diane Dalecki to lead Center for Biomedical Ultrasound(Jan. 23, 2007)

Prof. Michael Scott named Fellow of ACM (Jan. 24, 2007)


CEIS hosts technology showcase (Feb. 1, 2007)

ASME egg drop competition (Feb. 9, 2007)

Super-thin Filter, 50 Atoms Thick, Sorts Individual Molecules (Feb. 15, 2007)


Genome Sequencing Reveals Key to Viable Ethanol Production (March 2, 2007)


Laser Goes Tubing for Faster Body-Fluid Tests (April 2, 2007)


UR signs exclusive agreement with SiMPore (May 2, 2007)

Charles Munnerlyn awarded Land Medal (May 4, 2007)

Goergen Hall is dedicated (May 16, 2007)

Philip Brune wins Fulbright (May 16, 2007)

Prof. Lukas Novotny named Fellow of OSA (May 25, 2007)


Landmark quantum conferences meet at UR (June 8, 2007)


Biomedical engineering students place first in national competition(July 23, 2007)


Center for Future Health awarded funding (Aug. 17, 2007)

Prof. Andrew Berger wins Goergen award (Aug. 24, 2007)


Prof. James Li wins ASM distinguished teaching award (Oct.11, 2007)

Experimental technique sorts DNA, cells, molecules in a split second (Oct. 17, 2007)

Prof. Shaw Chen receives Lifetime Achievement Award (Oct.19, 2007)

$2 million gift enables Robert E. Hopkins Center (Oct. 23,2007)

Prof. David Williams honored for improving vision (Oct. 23,2007)

Prof. Ching Tang wins Daniel E. Noble award (Oct. 30, 2007)


Prof. Henry Kyburg dies (Nov. 7, 2007)

Prof. John Thomas elected as Fellow of AAAS (Nov. 12, 2007)

CEIS announces record $120 million economic impact (Nov. 15,2007)

Department of Energy Renews Agreement for LLE (Nov. 21,2007)


Prof. Marc Feldman dies at 62 (Dec. 6, 2007)

Material forms a new class of shape-memory polymers (Dec. 12, 2007)

Ryan Trombetta is going to Berlin. The biomedical engineering PhD student in Prof. Hani Awad’s lab took first place at the University’s first annual Falling Walls competition recently, earning him an all-expenses paid trip to the November international conference of the same name.

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