October 2016 E-Newsletter

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October 2016 Highlights
 
Sunil Agrawal TPAD

New $5M Grant to Support Robotics Research for Spinal Cord Injury Patients
Sunil Agrawal's project to help spinal cord injury patients recover motor functions just won a $5 million grant.

 
In the Media

The Lasting Impact of the 1987 Crash
Bloomberg | Sept. 23

The Driverless Debate
LA Times | Sept. 22

NOAA: Global Warming Increased Odds of Louisiana Downpour
US News & World Report | Sept. 7

Privacy: The Myth of Anonymity
Nature | Sept. 7

 
Imagine a future where silicon is a superatom mixed in a test tube. This is the work of Latha Venkataraman who is building molecular electronics in collaboration with Colin Nuckolls in Columbia's Chemistry department.
 
Prof. Suman Jana is automating the search for silent #software bugs: http://ow.ly/JwYA304f3Mk @ColumbiaCompSci @DSI_Columbia
 
Never mind CNC and Shapeworks. One of Mechanical Engineering's classic machines: the wind tunnel! #mechanicalengineering #windtunnel #cnc 
 
Watch the calendar for up-to-date information regarding networking breakfasts and evening events, hosted monthly for CU Alumni.
 
 
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