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Alex Halderman explains that while elections can be more secure, it’s “science fiction” to suggest there’s credible evidence of election fraud in 2020. Halderman is a professor of electrical engineering and computer science.
Sunitha Nagrath says that our immune system operates at its best when the body is well rested. Nagrath is a professor of chemical engineering, and a professor of biomedical engineering.
Joyce Penner says that there is clear evidence in a paper that suggests that aerosols are contributing to climate changes. Penner is the Ralph J. Cicerone Distinguished University Professor of Atmospheric Science and a professor of climate and space sciences and engineering.
Steve Skerlos argues that medication take-back programs may not be effective in some areas, particularly rural parts of the country, Skerlos is a professor of mechanical engineering and civil and environmental engineering.
Dmitry Berenson and Peter Mitrano’s research that helps robots learn tasks dramatically faster is featured. Berenson is an associate professor of robotics and an associate professor of electrical engineering and computer science. Mitrano is a robotics doctoral student.
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