- Three members of an independent multinational body that analyzes issues related to nuclear disarmament, arms control, and nonproliferation share their views.
- The Senate Commerce Committee approved the nomination today for Christopher Hart to serve as chairman of the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board.
- Lex Smits will be the next Editor-in-Chief of the AIAA Journal. He will assume this leadership position on January 12, 2015. Congratulations Lex!
- Professor Emily Carter has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, which honors academic inventors whose inventions have made a tangible impact on society.
June 1st MAE Seminar Speaker, Professor Dr. Stephan Herminghaus will present at 5:00 pm in Bowen Hall Rm 222.
Professor Dr. Stephan Herminghaus is a German physicist who will present "Dynamic Instabilities in microbial mats: fingerprints from early life forms".
Flow cytometry is one of the cornerstones of biomedical research and clinical diagnostics. With its ability to screen individual cells for multiple protein epitopes simultaneously and subsequently identify sub-populations of cells, flow cytometry has had a profound impact in a broad range of areas including immunology, cancer, and regenerative medicine.
March 27th MAE Seminar Speaker, Professor Jules Jaffe, will present "Measuring Oceanic Flow: From Microns to Kilometers" at 3:30 pm in Bowen Rm 222
Jules Jaffe is a self-proclaimed enginist or science-teer, combining engineering and science to look for new ways to figure out what’s going on in the ocean. In 1984 Jules Jaffe joined the science staff at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution where he held a research fellowship from the Pew Memorial Foundations. There, he became the resident physicist that helped design the ARGO vehicle that discovered the Titanic. He has been at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography since 1988. He was e