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Cellular bioengineer Cynthia Reinhart-King elected to fellow of IAMBE

Jul. 10, 2023—University Distinguished Professor and Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of Engineering Cynthia Reinhart-King has been elected to the 2023 Class of Fellows of the International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering (IAMBE). IAMBE is made up of fellows who are recognized for their outstanding contributions to the profession of medical and biological engineering at an international level....

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Showcase launches TEAM TN, a Vanderbilt, UT and Tennessee collaboration to advance next-generation transportation

Jul. 10, 2023—Vanderbilt University, in collaboration with the University of Tennessee–Knoxville and more than 100 partner organizations across the state, celebrated the launch of the TEAM TN initiative to advance next-generation transportation and mobility solutions during an event at UT Knoxville. The June 26 showcase for Advancing Technology-Enabled Mobility Solutions (TEAM TN) was attended by notable guests,...

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Regional consortium secures $18M grant to foster equity in agriculture workforce development

Jul. 7, 2023—Janey Camp (Submitted photo) Janey Camp, research professor of civil and environmental engineering and director of the Vanderbilt Center for Transportation and Operational Resiliency, is part of a regional consortium that has won an $18 million grant to enable minority-serving institutions to build and sustain the next generation of the food, agriculture, natural resources and...

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Summer bridge program helps first-year engineering students find success

Jul. 6, 2023—A summer transition program for incoming Vanderbilt freshmen is helping them attain success in the School of Engineering, and beyond. This was the second year of the Fall Early Start Transition (FEST) I V A L program that took place July 6-August 3. Thirty students were invited to participate in the all-expense paid program that...

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ORAU Powe Award supports Vanderbilt researcher’s computational simulations of light, sound and bubbles

Jun. 30, 2023—A Vanderbilt computer science professor studying sonoluminescence—a process by which light is emitted by small bubbles in liquid when bombarded by blasts of high-pitched sound—has received a competitive research grant from Oak Ridge Associated Universities. David Hyde, assistant professor of computer science, is one of 35 junior faculty nationwide to win a 2023 ORAU Ralph...

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DOE awards $2M to Vanderbilt-led consortium to develop best practices for consent-based siting of interim storage for spent nuclear fuel

Jun. 28, 2023—A team led by Steve Krahn, professor of the practice of nuclear environmental engineering at Vanderbilt, will be awarded about $2 million to assist the U.S. Department of Energy in the development of best practices to protect community well-being and address the concerns of people in its management of the nation’s spent nuclear fuel (SNF)....

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Workshop offers insight on deep learning for medical imaging technology

Jun. 27, 2023—Vanderbilt researchers are hosting a free workshop on July 13 to shed more light on the Medical Open Network for Artificial Intelligence (MONAI). The daylong workshop is being held following the 2023 MIDL/NVIDIA Conference in Nashville and participation is in person or via Zoom. Registration for the daylong workshop opened on June 26, 2023. Project...

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Vanderbilt initiated startup Zeno Power receives $30M to build the first commercially developed nuclear–powered satellite

Jun. 20, 2023—Zeno Power, a startup initiated through the Wond’ry, Vanderbilt’s Innovation Center, has received a total of $30 million from the U.S. Department of Defense and private investors to develop and build a flight-ready radioisotope-powered satellite by 2025. It is expected to be the first launch of a commercially developed space nuclear system in history. Vanderbilt...

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