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RESEARCH EQUIPMENT FOR THE NEXT GENERATION: John Harkness and Ryan Todd want to make lab equipment practical, affordable and beautiful.

Postdoctoral fellow John Harkness and scientific assistant Ryan Todd were working in Barbara Sorg’s neuroscience lab on the WSU Vancouver campus when they ran into an expensive equipment problem. They were investigating sleep deprivation in rodents by examining how structures … Continue reading

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The Haptic Touch

Two new patented inventions by Hakan Gurocak may help advance the digital experience. One major reason hands-on experiences are so different from digital experiences is the sense of touch. When you go shopping at a retail store, for example, you … Continue reading

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The process of obtaining a patent Hakan Gurocak’s are the only issued U.S. patents held by a current faculty member at the Vancouver campus. “We are very excited to be engaging more with Vancouver faculty,” said Preeti Malik-Kale, technology licensing … Continue reading

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