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Vanderbilt radiation experts help determine safety of Alaskan seafood

Aug. 10, 2005—Vanderbilt researchers are two of the authors of a research study released today that revealed seafood from the area close to the Aleutian Islands in Alaska currently is not threatened by radioactive materials resulting from underground nuclear tests carried out at Amchitka Island between 1965 and 1971. Vanderbilt Professor and Chair of Civil and Environmental...

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Vanderbilt group to tackle extreme conditions in space

Jun. 3, 2005—Unlike the spectacular movie version, real-life sun storms can’t turn ordinary astronauts into the Fantastic Four. But they can and occasionally do incapacitate expensive and vitally important space systems, like satellites and spacecraft. Sun storms aren’t the only thing space-faring equipment has to cope with. When you throw in the extreme temperatures in space on...

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Vanderbilt engineering professor wins National Science Foundation award

May. 12, 2005—Mark D. Does, Vanderbilt assistant professor of biomedical engineering and assistant professor of radiology and radiological sciences, has won a prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) award. The NSF CAREER award, given to exceptional junior faculty to support their promising research, will help fund Does’ research and development of new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques. Does’...

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School of Engineering rewards exemplary faculty, staff service

May. 5, 2005—The School of Engineering at Vanderbilt recognized faculty and staff members for their exemplary research, teaching, and professional service during the 2005 academic year. Dean Kenneth F. Galloway presented three annual awards during a ceremony May 10 at the Adams Atrium in Featheringill Hall. The Edward J. White Engineering Faculty Award for Excellence in Service...

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School of Engineering takes lead in Air Force research on radiation effects on emerging electronic materials and devices

Apr. 26, 2005—The Air Force Office of Scientific Research has selected the Vanderbilt School of Engineering to lead its new Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) on Radiation Effects on Emerging Electronic Materials and Devices. The new research program will focus on the impact of radiation – both in space and on the ground – on continually shrinking...

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VUSE part of national ‘Dream Team’ to design, develop new secure system for computer infrastructure

Feb. 18, 2005—Vanderbilt University’s School of Engineering will play an important role in a major new $19 million National Science Foundation (NSF) multi-institutional center to protect the nation’s computer infrastructure from cyberattacks while improving its reliability. Vanderbilt Institute for Software Integrated Systems (ISIS) is one of eight university collaborators in the new NSF Team for Research and...

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