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June 2015
"For outstanding contributions to transactional memory technologies.” The award will be presented at the ISCA 2015.
Centennial TA Award winners
June 2015
The Centennial award program recognizes outstanding teaching by TA’s in the Humanities and Sciences, Earth Sciences, and Engineering schools.
Prof. Solgaard and a 2015 EE graduate
June 2015
June 14th marked Electrical Engineering's 121st commencement. Student speakers added thoughtful perspectives.
June 2015
This spring's event welcomed students, faculty, and staff and answered the question, "Why is Bob Dutton so cool?"
June 2015
Widely known for their creativity and productivity, HHMI investigators push the bounds of knowledge in biomedical research.
June 2015
Professor Shanhui Fan and graduate student Yu "Jerry" Shi both believe that their findings will guide researchers searching for ways to build a one-way street for light on a computer chip.
May 2015
For research contributions in Biomedical Imaging
May 2015
In April, nearly fifty students spent their Saturday deconstructing, reconstructing, transmitting and fine-tuning various projects.
May 2015
Stephen Boyd will deliver the 2015 Chaim Weizmann Memorial Lecture at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
May 2015
For the first time, recording moment-by-moment fluctuations in brain signals during decision-making is possible.

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