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Cybersecurity at Drexel Offers Bold, New Career Path

February 19, 2018

Industry experts project that several million cybersecurity jobs will be available across the nation by 2020, and individuals qualified to fill those ...

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How to Engineer: Words of Wisdom for “Intro a Girl to Engineering”

February 14, 2018

The College of Engineering is pleased to present the annual Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day, Saturday, Feb. 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 ...

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Charles N. Haas Named Clarke Laureate for Microbiological Risk Research

February 12, 2018

A few months ago, when Chuck Haas walked to a podium in Irvine, California to receive one of the world’s most prestigious water research prizes, ...

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Alumni Spotlight: Shyno Mathew, from India to Startup

February 08, 2018

Shyno Mathew hails from the first town in all of India to achieve 100% literacy among its residents, so her educational accomplishments were practi ...

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A Day in the Life of a Co-op

February 01, 2018

Most people know about Drexel University’s celebrated cooperative program, in which students fulfill six-month internships in fields of their ...

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Michel Barsoum

COMPRESS IT, WATCH IT EXPAND: New surprises from MXenes

January 31, 2018

Michel Barsoum takes pains to find the right analogy for the discovery he and his team at Drexel published last month in the journal Science Advan ...

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Drexel Hosts IoT Meet-Up in Wireless Systems Lab

January 22, 2018

How do ideas from “The Terminator” make their way into new technology for WiFi access points? How can augmented reality be used to visualize how wirel ...

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Dr. Alisa Morss-Clyne

Morss Clyne Receives $1.9 million R01 Grant from the NIH

January 19, 2018

In a perfect world, blood vessels would run straight as freeways, channeling blood consistently and efficiently through the human body. Instead, they ...

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Scholarship Winner Colby Mills-King, Both a Mentee and a Mentor

January 11, 2018

Earlier this winter, Colby Mills-King ’19 attended a dinner reception on campus surrounded by strangers whose last names were strikingly similar ...

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DNA Snapshot Helps Drexel Researchers Uncover Diseases Lurking in Ambulances

January 09, 2018

One in 25 hospital patients will contract an infection during their stay. Hospitals are well aware of the communicable diseases often transmitted amon ...

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