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CEE Students awarded prizes at Engineering Graduate Symposium

CEE PhD candidate Ravi Ranade wins one of three prizes in the Outstanding PhD Research competition.| Short Read

Ravi Ranade (advised by Victor Li) wins one of three Richard and Eleanor Towner Prizes for Outstanding PhD Research. The Richard and Eleanor Towner Prize for Outstanding PhD Research is a college-level competition across departments for Ph.D. graduate students who are within one and one-half years of degree completion. Innovative research demonstrating a keen sense of creativity and inventiveness are the key criteria for the award.

Jenahvive Morgan (advised by Aline Cotel), Motohiro Ohno (advised by Victor Li), and Devki Desai (co-advised by Victor Li and Jerry Lynch) win first, second, and third place, respectively in the Engineering Graduate Symposium poster competition.

Seen under a confocal fluorescent microscope, germ cells appear as green.

A step toward recovering reproduction in girls who survive childhood cancer

New approach can boost ovarian follicle survival in mice by up to 75 percent. | Medium Read