Radha Basu (Engineering) and Hohyun Lee (Mechanical Engineering) presented as part of a clean energy map event hosted by CSTS on May 23.
Elizabeth Dahlhoff (Biology) has received an additional $56,768 from the National Science Foundation to support "Collaborative Research: RUI: Ecological and Evolutionary Responses to Environmental Change in Sierra Nevada Populations of a Montane Willow Beetle."
Fred Folvary’s (Economics) prediction of the 2008 recession was directly cited in an article by Mason Gaffney, “An Award for Calling the Crash,” in the May 2011 edition of Econ Journal Watch.
Francisco Jimenez’s (Modern Languages and Literatures) book Reaching Out was adapted into a one-act play by the Pacific Conservatory for the Performing Arts in Salinas.
Steve Suljak (Chemistry & Biochemistry) and John Birmingham (Physics) received a two-year grant from Research Corporation for Science Advancement that provides $36,781 to support "Investigating the Role of Neurohemal Biogenic Amines in Shaping Stomatogastric Motor Programs of the Crab Cancer Borealis."
Korin Wheeler (Chemistry & Biochemistry) has received a two-year grant from Research Corporation for Science Advancement that provides $17,000 to support "Characterization of the Interactions Between Azurin and Silver Nanoparticles."
Sally Wood (Electrical Engineering) attended the 2011 Network Mapping and Measurement Conference (NMMC) in Madison, Wis. in May. She and three coauthors presented a paper entitled, “Network Evolution over the Next Decade: A Severe Challenge for Network Management.”
Yuling Yan (Bioengineering) presented her work, “Lock-In Detection Methods for High-contrast Fluorescence Imaging in Living Cells Using Optical Switch Probes," at the BIT Life Sciences’ 2nd World DNA and Genome Day 2011 Conference in China in April.
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