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Subramaniam One of Three KU Professors Named AAAS Fellows

Three University of Kansas professors have been elected as 2023 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) fellows, a distinct honor within the scientific community. This year’s fellows:

KU Engineering Professor Wins NSF CAREER Award for Water Resources Research

Research conducted by an assistant professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering at the Univ

KU Engineering Professor Wins NSF CAREER Award for Research Into Wetlands’ Water-Quality Benefits

An assistant professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering at the University of Kansas who i

Civil Engineering Senior Awarded Full Ride to University of Cambridge to Pursue Sustainable Engineering

Elizabeth Appel looks at her future in engineering as more than just capitalizing on a talent for math and science. For Appel, it’s also a way to benefit humanity using a discipline that is not necessarily people-focused.

University of Kansas renames Institute for Sustainable Engineering after The Wonderful Company

The University of Kansas’ Institute for Sustainable Engineering has a new name — Wonderful Institute for Sustainable Engineering-KU (WISE-KU).

Engineering Professor Receives DARPA Grant for Research on Radar Signal Processing

A faculty member in the University of Kansas Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science recently received a prestigious grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to research more effective ways of using the radar spectrum.

Google Earth creator Brian McClendon is KU’s newest National Academy of Inventors Fellow

The National Academy of Inventors has added another Jayhawk to its fellows. Brian McClendon, research professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, was named among the 162 academic inventors in the 2023 Class of Fellows on Dec. 12.

KU Engineering to Partner on $4M Department of Defense Grant

A research team from the University of Kansas School of Engineering will collaborate with partner institutions Kansas State University and the University of Tennessee Space Institute on a $4 million Department of Defense-sponsored project to enhance opportunities for students interested in pursui

Project Will Harden 5G Wireless Communication Networks for Military Use with $5 Million From NSF

A new push to strengthen security of 5G wireless communications networks for use by the U.S. armed forces will be centered at the University of Kansas.

Startup Central Project Will Educate and Support Biomedical Researchers Turning Innovations Into New Companies

Bringing an idea from a lab to patients and consumers can be a complicated and intimidating process involving patents, governmental regulations, product development, business structuring, hiring issues and many more complex considerations.

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