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D. Cameron, "Senior Profile: Michael Cunningham, bioengineering student, brings music into the lab," Pitt Chronicle, April 29, 2013.
J. Weiss, "The Music Engineering Lab," University of Pittsburgh BMES Newsletter, Fall, 2012.
S. Twedt, "Commercializing medical research: Pitt building a bridge to the investment community," Pittsburgh Post Gazette, September 16, 2012.
J. Mllins, "Invention: Intelligent fingertip 'eye'," New Scientist, January 16, 2009.
P. Ganapati, "Brain Scanners, Fingercams Take Computer Interfaces Beyond Multitouch," Wired Magazine Webisite, September 01, 2008.
C. Rippel, "Science Non-Fiction: Device Shows Promise for Making Image-Guided Procedures Faster, Safer," UPMC Radiology Newsletter, Spring 2006.
C. DiAngelis, "Early Career Insights: Dynamic Duos (Bing Wu)," APA Monitor on Pscyhology, vol 36, no. 5, May 2005, pp. 36-39.
C. Hartlove, "Engineering Spotlight: Music Man," ASEE Engineering K-12 Center, 2005. download pdf
B. Steele, "George Stetten, Musician," University Times, Universityof Pittsburgh, Volume 36, Number 11, February 5, 2004. download .pdf
D. Kushner, "The Wandering Gadgeteer ," IEEE Spectrum, December, 2003.
"8 Super Powers: Forget Science Fiction. Here's the Science," Wired Magazine: The Super Powers Issue, August, 2003.
C. Stright, "Left brain day job: Research scientist George Stetten shows his musical side," Review of CD, Awake at the Wheel, CMU Tartan (Pillbox), Vol. 1, Issue 16, Feb 3, 2003.
T. Grose, "The Music Man ," American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Prism, January, 2003.
"X-ray vision for doctors ," BBC News, World Edition, Tuesday, August 13, 2002.
"Engineer, Musician, Educator," (review of BioE 2410, Bio-Gizmology and Gadgeteering), Pitt Engineering Magazine, Fall, 2002.
B. Spice, " Bioengineer's sonic flashlight would let doctors 'see' what's under patient's skin," Pittsburgh Post Gazette, July 22, 2002.
S. Pyne, "I'm Looking Through You," Discover Magazine, Vol. 23 No. 3., March 2002
S. Ditlea, " Augmented Reality," Popular Science, p. 42, Feb. 2002.
"Sonic Flashlight Makes Human Body Seem Translucent," IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, vol. 21, no. 1, p. 93, Jan/Feb, 2002.
K. Leutwyler, " Body Scanner Sees Like Superman," Wired Magazine Online, 12/11/2001.
K. Leutwyler, " Sonic Flashlight Lets Doctors See Through Flesh," Scientific American Online, 12/10/2001.
"Translucent to the Naked Eye,," Whitaker Foundation 2001 Annual Report.
F. Blanchard, "Sonic Flashlight Makes Human Body Seem Translucent," Whitaker Foundation website, Dec. 6, 2001.
Jason Wagner, "The Voices of DUME," The Chronicle - Duke University, September 14, 1998. Download pdf
D. Wilson, "Computers Without Cables," The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 24, 1995. (Stetten, Duke Paperless Classroom)
"Real Time 3-D Ultrasound: A Clinical Reality!," The Newsletter of the NSF/ERC for Emerging Cardiovascular Technologies, Duke University, January 1994, Vol. 5, No. 1.
J. Lii, "No Talking In Class," The New York Times, Education Life, p.4A-7, April 10, 1994. (Stetten, Duke Paperless Classroom)
Nominated for 1992 Discover Award For Technological Innovation In The Category Of The Environment, Radio Telemetric Egg designed by G. Stetten, Discover Magazine, October 1992.
" Engineering and Endangered Birds," Radio Telemetric Egg cover photograph, DukEngineer, Fall 1992.
J. Silverman, " Future Sound," Interview with M.I.T. Music Lab technician, George Stetten, The Real Paper, May 3, 1979, Boston, MA.