Professor Georg Seelig and his team utilize a new method called "DNA dominoes," using spatial organization to build nanoscale computational circuits made of synthetic DNA. The research was published in Nature Nanotechnology.
In a partnership with the University of Washington, Amazon Catalyst supports bold solutions to world problems.
The UW is one of 19 universities awarded the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Public Safety Communications Research (PSCR) grant to develop performance analysis tools for the proposed next-generation broadband LTE based FirstNet.
Tong Zhang (Ph.D. ’17) received the highly-competitive award for his thesis on breakthrough full-duplex wireless communication.
UW researchers present a system that addresses BCI challenges, increasing channel recording density by ten times current state-of-the-art systems.
The College of Engineering award recognizes a faculty member who demonstrates outstanding contributions to engineering education.