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CESR Newsletter Issue #9

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Julius Lucks featured in Chicago Tribune

June 2020   Research from the Lucks lab is cited in Chicago Tribune article regarding SARS-CoV-2 tracking via wastewater.

from Chicago Tribune

CESR Affiliated Faculty Named to Crain's 2020 Notable Women in STEM

June 2020   Linda Broadbelt, Associate Dean for Research, McCormick School of Engineering & Applied Science, and Karen Smilowitz, James N. and Margie M. Krebs professor in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences, were both named in this year's Crain's Notable Women in STEM. A list of 32 accomplished women represent different corners of the STEM world—science, technology, engineering and math.

from Crain's Chicago Business

Smart sponge provides inexpensive and efficient solution to clean oil spills without disrupting marine life

May 2020   Led by Vinayak Dravid, Northwestern team develops smart sponge with an ability to absorb more than 30 times its weight in oil.

from Northwestern Now

Wastewater could provide up to a week of warning for a COVID-19 spike

May 2020   Aaron Packman quoted in new COVID-19 story in Science News, related to wastewater and data collection.

from Science News

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Buffett Institute for Global Affairs awards $150,000 in support to ‘Idea Incubation Workshop’ project

November 2019   The Northwestern Buffett Institute for Global Affairs awarded an estimated $150,000 in support to an innovative global research project — “Disproportionate Impacts of Environmental Challenges”— after hosting the institute’s inaugural “Idea Incubation Workshop” this month. from Northwestern Now

Center for Engineering Sustainability and Resilience Hosts Workshop on Sustainable Urban Systems

November 2019   This workshop was organized by Northwestern University, Argonne National Laboratory, the University of Chicago, and many other partners with support from NSF to address natural and climate, technological, and societal disruptions that will transform urban systems.

from Northwestern Engineering

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