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Bandura’s work on detection of fast radio bursts detailed in 'Nature'

When researchers first began working on the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment, or CHIME, they envisioned a radio telescope that would make precise measurements of the acceleration of the Universe to improve the knowledge of why the expansion of the universe is accelerating. Instead, it has become ideal for detecting fast radio bursts—radio flashes happening from far outside the Milky Way galaxy.

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Mozahem earns scholarship from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals

A December graduate of West Virginia University’s safety management program has been awarded a scholarship from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. The BCSP is recognized as the leader in high-quality credentialing for safety, health and environmental practitioners in order to enhance the safety of people, property and the environment.