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WVU Researchers Tackle Rising Health Care Costs with Artificial Intelligence
Researchers at WVU are using artificial intelligence to counter soaring costs of health care and deliver more efficient and accurate diagnoses of cardiovascular diseases, which could mean the difference between life and death for a patient.
 
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A saving grace underground: WVU engineers utilize robots to improve mine safety

Injuries and deaths caused by roof collapses and falling debris, common culprits for underground mine accidents, could be prevented by the unlikely force of robots and drones, thanks to the work of WVU engineers.
 
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Exploring the brain in a new way: WVU researcher records neurons to understand cognition

Assistant Professor of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Shuo Wang is investigating why and what the pre-supplementary motor area of the brain does when its searching for things, such as your keys in a pile of clutter. He found neurons that signaled whether the target of a visual search was found and, if not, how long the patient had been searching for the item.
 
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WVU mining engineer receives prestigious international acclaim

Vladislav Kecojevic, the Robert E. Murray chair and professor of mining engineering at WVU, has been awarded the Medal of Honor by the president and board of directors of TH Georg Agricola University in Bochum, Germany, for his contributions to strengthen the international academic network in education and research.
 
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Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering receives accreditation

The biomedical engineering program has been accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. Established in 2014, the program is the first in the state to receive this prestigious accreditation.
 
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WVU engineer aims to improve profitability and flexibility of coal-fired power plants using AI

One West Virginia University chemical engineer is tapping into artificial intelligence to prolong the lives of power plant boilers.
 
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