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What’s the Spread?

There will come a time (with multiple US vaccines on the horizon) when we, as a community, will be able to return to a conventional pace in our lives, with real human and social interaction.  This does not mean our heightened sense of awareness to those around us will simply disappear. Instead, it should provide …

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Is 6 Feet Enough?

In response to the current pandemic, RPA Engineering has been actively engaged in research of the transmission of airborne viruses and how it relates to the design of the built environment.  Our goal is to have a deep understanding of various airborne viruses beyond how we may apply mitigation technologies and strategies available on the …

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An Intern’s Perspective: The XQ-58 Valkyrie Program

Warfighting today, on a global scale, is an ever-evolving domain. Wars—specifically the ways in which they’re fought—continue to change under the influences of political climate, global economics, and technological innovations. Technology can influence the military sphere in countless ways, namely the bringing about of new offensive or defensive weapons that make neutralizing threats safer, more …

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An Intern’s Perspective: Regenerative Medicine – Fixing the Flaws in the Organ Transplant System

Life-saving for many people, organ transplants are currently the best hope for individuals with end stage organ failure.  However, patients often spend years on the transplant waiting list, and a significant number die before a donor organ becomes available.  Those lucky enough to receive donor organs often face serious immunogenicity issues, where their immune systems …

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