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From electromagnetics to biosensors to smart grids, we're on the cutting-edge of electrical and biomedical engineering research and training our students to be successful leaders in the field.

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Electrical & Biomedical Engineering news

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NSF CAREER Award recipient Jihwan Yoon is developing device prototype to help patients with mental health conditions

Yoon is creating more accessible neurological treatment options

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University team working on smartphone-based technology that could help doctors diagnose health conditions

Electrical & Biomedical Engineering Associate Professor Xiaoshan Zhu receives NSF grant for project

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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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