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UW team’s research poster gets recognition at D.C. event

A research poster on “Microfluidic Sensors for Botulinum Neurotoxin,” by a team from the Departments of Bacteriology and Biomedical Engineering, was recognized as one of the best posters among 65 submitted at the Department of Homeland Security University Programs summit in D.C. Graduate student Megan Frisk received the award for the poster, from Jay Cohen, DHS Undersecretary for Science and Technology.

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