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Congratulations Clint Cuffy, Jennifer Fore and Jeffrey Smith!

Congratulations Clint Cuffy, Jeffrey Smith and Jennifer Fore for their presentations at the Dean’s Undergraduate Research Symposium; with a Special Congratulations to Clint Cuffy for winning second place which was a prize of $200!!

Congratulations 2nd place winner Clint Cuffy!

Congratulations Jennifer Fore on her awesome presentation!

Congratulations Jeffrey Smith on his awesome presentation!

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Congratulation Ali Senhaji!

Congratulation Ali Senhaji on his internship presentation for his research on document classification for the Framework for Nanotechnology Discovery. Ali worked in the lab Spring-Summer of 2017! Stay tuned for a paper describing his work!

Ali also won the Erasmus+ Scholarship study at the University of Eastern Finland next semester (Spring 2018).

Way to go Ali!!

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Nano Day at the Science Museum

Thank you everyone for making Nano Day at the Science Museum a success!!

Here is a link to the photo album:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/vcuengineering/sets/72157686017686792

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Congratulations VIP Team

Congratulations VIP Team on your poster presentation at the 2017 Senior Design Expo!

(Pictured here: Yilong Wang, Megan Charity, Jasmine Norman, Ali Senhaji, Jeffrey Smith and Clint Cuffy)

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Nanoinformatics Group in Engineering Weekly

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Developing a Nanomedicine Database Tool: Computer science and nanomedicine researchers are joining forces to harness the power of machine learning to help advance nanotechnology research. Through natural language processing, computers can automate the extraction of relevant information from massive amounts of research literature that researchers can use in their lab. The cutting-edge data science and nanoinformatics lab seeks to improve the drug research development process. See the full article here!

 

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Nanoinformatics DURI Award

Congratulations to Jasmine Norman on her Dean’s Undergraduate Research Initiative (DURI) award for the Development of a Nanomedicine Bench to Bedside (NanoB2B) Entity Extractor! Welcome to the team, Jasmine!

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