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Nov 04, 2009

Murthy’s Research featured in Langmuir Journal

Shashi Murthy, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, is featured in the American Chemical Society’s Langmuir journal for his efforts of trying to minimize/eliminate shunt occlusion in the treatment of hydrocephalus.

Chemical Engineering

Oct 08, 2009

Murthy’s Research featured in Analytical Chemistry

Shashi Murthy, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, is featured in the October 7 edition of Analytical Chemistry for his method for separating cells using a deterministic lateral displacement (DLD) microfluidic device.

Chemical Engineering

Jun 22, 2009

Drop of Blood to Lead to Heart Health

Shashi Murthy, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, is working on bringing his diagnostic tool, which will monitor a patients cardiovascular health to hospitals in the next couple of years. He will not be satisfied until high risk patients are benefiting from the device.

Chemical Engineering

Jun 01, 2009

A Single Drop of Blood can Expose Heart Disease

Shashi Murthy, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering, has developed a credit card-sized device that uses less than a drop of blood to discover if a patient has heart disease.

Chemical Engineering

Apr 30, 2009

Congratulations to John Oldham

John Oldham, a Chemical Engineering PhD student, is the recipient of the Dissertation Writing Fellowship for the 2009 Summer Semester. The award is sponsored by the Office of the Provost and offers financial support to Ph.D. candidates so they may spend their final semester writing.

Chemical Engineering

Apr 30, 2009

Increasing Opportunities for Women

The NSF ADVANCE grant will help increase the number of women in academic science and engineering careers.

Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Apr 29, 2009

Improving Performance of Solar Cells

NU researchers from Chemical Engineering have found that using potassium on the surface of nanotubes can significantly enhance the performance of the solar cells.

Chemical Engineering

Apr 29, 2009

Moving Up in the Ranks

The College of Engineering's Graduate School has moved up in the US News & World Reports ranks of the Top Engineering Graduate Schools from 65 to 60.

Bioengineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical & Industrial Engineering