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November 2013 Archives

Nov 25, 13

IPrime Welcomes 6 Industrial Fellows

Since the inception of the Industrial Fellows IPrime program, over 125 IPrime Industrial Fellows from 33 companies have participated in this program. See all fellows and their projects here.

  • Boston Scientific (Maggie Zeng)
  • Cabot (Arthur Scholz)
  • INOAC (Ayumu Sakai)
  • Nitto (Koki Tomioka)
  • Stratasys (Jenny Zhu)
  • Upsher-Smith (Justin Song)

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Nov 25, 13

Welcome New Members Covidien, INOAC & MeadWestvaco

We are pleased to announce the addition of three new companies to IPrime bringing our partnerships with industry to over 50 members.

  • Covidien a $10 billion global healthcare products leader dedicated to innovation and long-term growth. Covidien creates innovative medical solutions for better patient outcomes and delivers value through clinical leadership and excellence.
  • INOAC a leading innovator and manufacturer of foam, elastomers, plastic, and compound materials for an array of industries including automobile, aerospace, electronic, healthcare, and cosmetics.
  • MeadWestvaco a global packaging company. We help shape consumers' experiences with products in healthcare, beauty and personal care, food, beverage, tobacco, and home and garden markets around the world.
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Nov 12, 13

World's 1st Ultrafast Electron Microscope

fei ultrafast electron microscope.jpgAssistant Professor David Flannigan's research in ultrafast electron microscopy will soon be utilizing revolutionary technology with the world's first Tecnai (TM) Femto ultrafast electron microscope (UEM), enabling scientists to explore ultrafast events and processes that occur at the atomic and molecular spatial scale over time spans measured in femtoseconds (10-15 seconds).

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