UNIVERSITY BREAKS GROUND ON NEW ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE BUILDING
Architect rendering of the new 130,000 sf Engineering and Computer Science Building. Construction begins in early May with an anticipated completion date of early 2016.
NEW HIGH-SPEED STEREO RADIOGRAPHY SYSTEM OPERATIONAL
A High Speed Stereo Radiography System, also called biplane fluoroscopy, is an accurate imaging technique allowing researchers to track the motion of bones and implants while patients perform a variety of activities. The new system is now fully operational in the Human Dynamics Laboratory. More
UNIVERSITY AWARDED NSF INDUSTRY/UNIVERSITY COOPERATIVE RESEARCH CENTER FOR NOVEL HIGH VOLTAGE/TEMPERATURE MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES
The University of Denver in collaboration with the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and the Michigan Technological University received this five year renewable grant to collaborate with corporations to further basic materials research. The Center's mission is to provide a forum for industry/university cooperative research including evaluation, design, modeling, and development of novel advanced materials for high voltage/temperature (HV/T) applications for energy transfer, aerospace, automotive and other applications. More