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The Gene and Linda Voiland School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering, Washington State University
November 2018

Sugar-powered sensor

WSU researchers developed an implantable, biofuel-powered sensor that runs on sugar and can monitor a body’s biological signals to detect, prevent, and diagnose diseases.
Read more about the sensor

McEwen named influential researcher

Jean-Sabin McEwen has been named among the most influential chemical engineering researchers in the world, according to a leading journal in the field, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research.
Read more about McEwen

NSF grant to improve engineering education

WSU researchers have received a $2.4 million National Science Foundation grant to work with universities across the United States, where unique hands-on experiments will be used to help students better understand engineering concepts.
Read more on NSF grant

Real-world entrepreneurship

Kaitlin Pankratz grew up watching aspiring entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to investors in the reality TV show Shark Tank. The bioengineering senior got to pitch her own business ideas as part of a unique opportunity for bioengineering students to learn about entrepreneurship.
Read more about entrepreneurship
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