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Electrical & Biomedical Engineering news

Russell Renzas standing outside the cleanroom next to an electronic screen that reads "Nanofabs: Where chips are made."

Russ Renzas steps up as Engineering’s Cleanroom director

Davidson Foundation Cleanroom is expected to transform University’s research capabilities and enrich academic opportunities

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Electrical Engineering research could help military decision-makers

Associate Professor Hao Xu working on new data-processing prototype that will process high-dimensional, heterogenous data

Josette El Zaklit sits in her lab with students Jose Moreno Duran and Farhana Hossein behind her.

Research aims to help military pilots avoid muscle problems

Assistant Professor Josette El Zaklit secures a $457,979 Air Force grant to study new electrical stimulation treatment

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