Press Coverage 2009
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The Associated Press quotes CEE's Phil Tarnoff regarding stresses on Virginia bridges and tunnels. [article no longer available online]
The Clark School is featured in not one but two stories in December's Scientific American magazine: Aerospace engineering Chair Mark Lewis is quoted (available without a subscription) and Trauma Solutions is named a World-Changing Idea (requires subscription).
Aerospace engineering's Professor Sean Humbert quoted by Wired Magazine.
Discovery News covers the mapleseed flyer.
The Washington Post sends a reporter into the Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel (with video; see below).
The Chronicle of Higher Education covers Prof. Bruce Jacob and how he involves his students in his company, Coil Guitars. Video from the Chronicle of Jacob and a student playing Coil guitars available here and below.
WJLA (Washington, D.C., ABC affiliate) sends a reporter into the Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel. Video available below and here.
WTTG Fox 5 (Washington, D.C.) reporter tests out hurricane-force winds in the Clark School's Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel. Video available below and here. [no longer available]
WUSA 9 (Washington, D.C., CBS affiliate) coverage of the Coil LLC guitars. Video available here.
WJXT-TV (Jacksonville, Fla.) covers the work of the Clark School's Traffic Safety and Operations Lab. [article not available online]
Jeffrey Herrmann (ME/ISR) is interviewed by WTOP's Randy Atkins regarding his flu clinic planning software. [launches MP3 player]
The Associated Press interviews civil engineering's Ed Link regarding the levee situation in New Orleans. The story appears in media from ABC News to the Sydney Morning Herald. The New Orleans Times-Picayune runs its own story with quotes from Link.
Washington, D.C.'s News Channel 8 and NBC affiliate cover a new type of aircraft undergoing air-flow tests at the Glenn L. Martin Wind Tunnel as part of the Maryland Industrial Partnerships Program.
ECE Prof. Tony Ephremides is interviewed by WTTG Fox 5 (Washington, D.C.) regarding cell phone outage concerns for Inauguration Day. [article no longer available online]