Designing sensors and antennas of the future
Craig Grimes (electrical engineering) is creating sensors that could tell you when to change the oil in your car, detect the freshness of your Cheerios, and allow diabetics to take sugar-level readings without blood. He is also breaking new ground in the field of antenna technology, he's working to characterize and control thin-film materials and devices, and he's recently ventured into the young science of nanotechnologyworking to understand the properties of nanotubes.
Several UK journalism students from Maria Braden's Magazine Writing class contributed articles to ODYSSEY's KIOSK section. Left to right are Jonathan Riggs, Jennifer Spring Taylor, Ann Mullins, and Jennifer Caldwell. Not pictured are Kathleen Wills-Ellison, Sara Okrynski and Gregg Casillo.