Dolese donates most of its company stock to OSU, OU & KSU foundations in unique partnership – 2013/10/07
The university foundations, as nonvoting majority shareholders, each hold $70 million in stocks that the company annually buys back to increase the schools' engineering students. Read full story.

University of Oklahoma Research Campus Named 2013 Outstanding Research Park – 2013/09/26
The OU Research Campus was named the nation’s top research park for 2013 by the Association of University Research Parks today at the 2013 AURP International Conference in Philadelphia, Penn.

Job Opportunities for Biomedical Engineers – 2013/05/05
According to a top 100 careers rating by CNNMoney.com and Payscale.com, biomedical engineering ranked tenth out of the 100 top careers with an estimated 79 percent job growth forecasted for the next 10 years.

Facts About Electrical & Computer Engineering Jobs – 2013/04/18
Our exciting profession is at the forefront of transformational innovations, such as cell phones, media players, lasers, and computers to name but a few. We provide a strong, rigorous curriculum that prepares students to enter the professional workforce and/or graduate studies. Although the national average salary for 2010 bachelor's degree candidates decreased 1.7% to $47,673, compared to last years $48,515, engineering graduates saw an increase of 1.2% in initial pay to $59,149. The Wall Street Journal (4/9, Murray) noted that, among engineering graduates, electrical engineers saw the largest increase, around 3%, followed by chemical and civil engineering graduates. Graduates with computer-related degrees increased by almost 6%.

FDA approves first retinal implant for adults with rare genetic eye disease – 2013/04/06
Our project for promoting motor development for children at risk of cerebral palsy with robot assistants is reported by the Oklahoma News 9 – 06/05/2015
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Our publication "Lasting Modulation Effects of rTMS on Neural Activity and Connectivity as Revealed by Resting-State EEG" has been chosen as featured artical in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering– 07/01/2014
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), have been largely studied to probe its clinical therapeutic efficacy in various neurological and psychiatric disorders, by perturbing or tuning electric oscillatory activities over specific brain regions via electromagnetic induction. To better address the direct neural responses induced by rTMS, in this work, we proposed a novel independent component analysis (ICA) based analysis framework in reconstructing neural oscillatory activities and resting-state networks (RSNs) from high-density resting-state electroencephalography (rsEEG) signals. Read more.

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