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  • Sound Vision

    Foundation Studies Programs Head Shawn Greenlee 96 PR has earned a MacColl Johnson Fellowship to explore ancient Asian instruments in the context of new technology. 

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  • Worlds within Worlds

    Leveraging the latest technology, award-winning author/illustrator David Wiesner 78 IL allows readers to explore the story of Spot by following their own path.

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  • Go Eat Worms

    Senior Chloé Bulpin 15 IL stashes packages of water bugs, silkworms, crickets – even armored scorpions – in her freezer when hosting dinners to normalize eating insects.

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  • Redesigning Neonatal Healthcare

    Jules Sherman 94 ID offers both hospital clinicians and students at Stanford’s d.school a fresh perspective on developing products, services and systems for challenging healthcare settings.

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  • Lifesaving Textile Designs

    The GAIA Vaccine Foundation wins a $100,000 grant that will help Eliza Squibb 13 TX and her colleagues educate African women about crucial healthcare concerns.

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  • I, Robot

    Seoul-based designer Han Seok Nam MIA 08 is working to bring his compact Archibot to market as a means of minimizing human error.

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  • Smart Textiles

    New Assistant Professor of Textiles Jesse Asjes is experimenting with wearable technology, combining solid chips with soft knitwear.

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  • Inflated Expectations

    Recent alums founded Pneuhaus, a contemporary art and design collective focused on making gargantuan inflatables and other breathtaking objects.

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  • Fighting Ebola

    Students and faculty collaborate to brainstorm new tools and techniques for battling the epidemic in West Africa.

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  • Hellbent for Leather

    At the international symposium on leather and shoemaking RISD hosted last week, presenters spoke about traditional techniques and state-of-the-art innovations.

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The façade of the Chace Center, a new multipurpose hub that opened
in 2008, offers an interesting contrast to the historic campus
buildings that surround it.