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The University of Michigan Library’s Government Documents Center provides excellent compilation of various statistics.
Health statistics compilation is also available.

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The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) is an Institute within the National Institutes of Health (NIH) devoted to merging the physical and biological sciences to develop new technologies that improve health. Their goal is to accelerate the pace of discovery and speed the development of biomedical technologies that prevent illnesses or treat them when they do strike.

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Jessica Snyder, a Drexel University mechanical engineering student, spent the summer interning with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Johnson Space Center.

She assisted in an ongoing collaboration between NASA and Drexel to enhance a microfluidic chip so it can effectively screen pharmaceuticals in space prior to human testing. The project is part of an ongoing effort by NASA to test existing drugs and develop new ones for use by astronauts during future long-duration missions beyond low-Earth orbit.

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Alumnus Kenneth Mallory ’10 (MEM), who is staying at Drexel to pursue his PhD in mechanical engineering under the direction of his advisor Dr. Jin Kang, launched a science payload into space onboard the NASA Terrier-Orion sounding rocket on June 24, 2010. The science payload launched to an altitude of 120km (space starts at 100km). The launch took place at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia as part of the “Rock-On!” workshop through the NASA Pennsylvania Space Grant Consortium. Ten schools across the nation were invited for this program. The mission of this flight was to measure space radiation.

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Knovel search widget allows you to access Knovel from almost anywhere on the web- email it to colleagues, embed it in your personal homepages (like iGoogle, MyYahoo or Live.com), post it to your blog, add it to dozens of other social platforms.

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Find out which new engineering books are now available from the Library.

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Innovative researchers are pioneering plasma energy devices that could help make plasma healing a reality.

Plasma happens when gas is heated. It's already used to sterilize medical instruments. And doctors say it can be effectively used to kill bacteria, viruses, and different kind of microorganisms.

Though it's good at killing microbes, plasma's been too risky to use directly on humans because of extreme temperatures.

However, the Drexel Plasma Institute in Philadelphia is pioneering ways to harness that energy for the next medical frontier.

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Dr. Richard Carincross, Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Drexel University, is currently in El Salvador on a Fulbright Lectureship. He will be teaching a course on Renewable Energy at the University of El Salvador. He has created this blog called Sustainability and Renewable Energy In El Salvador: A Blog of Experiences on a Fulbright Lectureship in El Salvador to showcase and highlight his experiences there.

See also: Professor Cairncross Receives Fulbright Scholar Award to Teach Renewable Energy at the University of El Salvador

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The College of Engineering is pleased to announce the renaming of Student Services. The current Student Services office will be renamed the Undergraduate Advising Center. The name change will assist students in identifying where they can best be served during their freshmen and sophomore year experience at Drexel.

The Undergraduate Advising Center provides academic support and assistance primarily to undergraduate freshmen and sophomore students in the College of Engineering. The staff can help in areas such as academic advising, scheduling of classes, transferring credits to Drexel, explanation of university policy and procedures, and adjusting to life at the university. The Undergraduate Advising Center also represents the College of Engineering on university advising and retention committees, and handles academic and financial appeals for the College.

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Indoor Air Quality for Sustainable Buildings -- BuildingEcology.com for useful and reliable feature articles, for the latest news and events listings. It provides information on Indoor Air Quality and Sustainable Buildings resources on the web. In addition, there are resources related to indoor environmental quality, architecture, healthy buildings, and the built environment's impacts on the sustainability of human settlements are available here.

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