Recent achievements for the campus community were collected by Shane Farritor, Brian Pytlik Zillig, Stephen Ramsay, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Jacqueline Mattingly, the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, the College of Business and the Society of Physics Students.
Virtual Incision, a medical device company founded by University of Nebraska-Lincoln engineer Shane Farritor and University of Nebraska Medical Center surgeon Dmitry Oleynikov, recently received $20 million in a second round of venture capital investment. The company, which is housed on Nebraska Innovation Campus, will use the funding to push for commercialization of its miniature surgical robots.
Brian Pytlik Zillig, professor in University Libraries, and Stephen Ramsay, Susan J. Rosowski Professor of English, have received a $21,744 Digital Humanities Advancement Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for their project “Digital Notation Across the Movement-Based Arts.” The grant will allow Pytlik-Zilig and Ramsey to continue developing methods for digitally notating dance and other movement-based arts, enabling easier preservation and analysis.
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