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BCOE launches new graduate program website
The Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) has launched a new website for the college’s more than 15 graduate engineering degree programs: www.graduate.engr.ucr.edu. The website is a one-stop resource for students to learn more about pursuing a graduate degree in engineering at UC Riverside in the following areas: Bioengineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Biotechnology, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering. Prospective students can find detailed information about BCOE’s master’s and
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Nael Abu-Ghazaleh
Nael Abu-Ghazaleh made ACM Distinguished Member
The Association for Computing Machinery recognized him "For Outstanding Scientific Contributions to Computing.”
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Bir Bhanu
Bir Bhanu named a National Academy of Inventors fellow
Bhanu holds 18 U.S. and international patents with several others pending
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Suveen Mathaudu
Suveen Mathaudhu receives Brimacombe Medal
The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society conferred the award for exemplary contributions to the science of nanocrystalline materials, education of the public, and service to the profession
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Images on the far left are original images. Center and right are the same images reconstructed by two different techniques.
Optical pre-processing makes computer vision more robust and energy efficient
Hybrid neural network can reconstruct Arabic or Japanese characters that it hasn’t seen before
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Poorest Inland Empire communities have highest fine particulate matter exposure
San Bernardino study participants had highest exposure to PM2.5 in their own homes
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BCOE student engineer Etchi Ako wins first place at NSBE Fall Regional Conference
Third-year bioengineering student of the Marlan and Rosemary Bourns College of Engineering (BCOE) Etchi Ako is making a big impact beyond BCOE engineering classrooms and labs. This past month, Ako secured first place at the National Society of Engineers (NSBE) Region 6 virtual Fall Regional Conference in the Technical Research Exhibition for a project entitled "Downregulation of Genes by Neuregulin-1 in pMCAO Stroke Models." The conference and competition brings together hundreds of NSBE engineering students from across the Western United States. Ako’s award-winning project examines the drug
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BCOE clears major hurdle to launch new Master’s in Robotics
As of December 1, 2020, the UCR Academic Senate unanimously endorsed a proposal submitted by BCOE to establish a new Master of Science Degree in Robotics.
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The rusted interior of a water pipe
Common pipe alloy can form cancer-causing chemical in drinking water
Water disinfectant reacts with chromium in iron pipes to form hexavalent chromium
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BCOE exceeds Living the Promise campaign goal
On Tuesday, December 1, Giving Tuesday, BCOE exceeded its $55 million campaign goal for Living the Promise, UC Riverside’s first comprehensive fundraising campaign.
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A piece of glass tubing bend like a tuning fork is used to measure dissolution of time release drugs
Simple new testing method aims to improve time-release drugs
Glass tuning-fork-shaped tubing gives accurate, continuous measurements of drug dissolution
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Cengiz Ozkan
Cengiz Ozkan receives Turkey’s highest scientific award
The TUBITAK Scientific Research Award is given for pioneering accomplishments
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