It wasn’t just the Pittsburgh Panthers that took a pounding at Nippert Stadium the night of Sept. 6. A pregame tumble by Bearcat Band member Chris Ramhap also made national news, as the home football game opened the Big East season.
The first step in developing a Tricorder device may only be a few years away. UC researcher Jason Heikenfeld is testing his band-aid like patch. With just a few drops of sweat, it will monitor health and diagnose disease on people and in the lab using artificial skin that mimics sweat.
Professor Andrew Steckl, PhD, lays out the future in his article on the utility and value of cellulose (paper) titled Circuits On Cellulose – Paper Electronics Could Pave The Way To A New Generation Of Cheap, Flexible Gadgets.
On February 12, 2013 CEAS’ stars shone brightly during CEAS Night at Fifth Third Arena. As the fans packed the stands to watch the UC Men’s Basketball Team take on the Villanova Wildcats, the UC College of Engineering and Applied Science’s Engineers of the Month stole the show on center court.
Persistence and patience is what spurs innovation. Through nanotechnology, UC is trailblazing and road-mapping innovation, translating discoveries to industry, and training a next generation workforce that will be in high demand.
Benjamin Ko, CEAS biomedical engineering senior, was recently named recipient of the American Society for Engineering Education’s 2012 National Co-Op Student of the Year Award. This award is a national recognition of his outstanding and intensive co-op with AtriCure, Inc.