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Over the course of an eight-week summer accelerator focused on personal and commercial development, the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship’s Breakthrough Lab is supporting student entrepreneurs develop 11 different ventures.
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The Joukowsky dissertation award in the Life Sciences goes to Cel Welch, who completed their Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering this spring. Through their dissertation, titled Novel Devices, Physical Mechanisms, and Analytical Techniques for Use in Next Generation Cellular Diagnostics, Welch developed novel electrical and acoustic methods to process tissue into single cells for direct sequencing.
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Leadership lessons from the pitch

As an engineer, professor, researcher, and provost, Frank Doyle had many opportunities throughout his career to hone his leadership skills. But it wasn’t in the classroom or the lab where Doyle gleaned some of his most critical lessons in leadership — it was on the soccer field as a referee over the last 20 years.
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Keying a successful venture

After taking a leave of absence from her studies to kickstart a keyboard business, chemical engineering Ph.D. candidate Ana Oliveira Kannan has returned to complete her dissertation.
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The early-career grant will help Daniel Harris establish a more complete and unified physical understanding of particles at interfaces, and share new experimental designs and methods that others can accessibly adapt for use in related research.
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Linking Leading and Learning

As one of the few Brown University faculty with a Ph.D. focused on the design of complex systems, the newest professor of the practice in the School of Engineering is uniquely qualified to launch a new course in the undergraduate curriculum.
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