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Western alum creates nasal spray device for opioid overdoses

Like many medications, naloxone — the nasal spray that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose — comes in a flimsy box. The device that administers the medication is shaped like a cartoon spaceship and has to remain sealed in blister pack until use. It’s clunky to carry and can be sprayed…

WWU student's project, called 'Nove,' leads him to start his own business 2023-10-02
Industrial Design's 'ReMade' student project returns with a March 10 opening at Ideal 2023-03-02
Four WWU juniors win the 2022 Global Innovation Awards for their Outstanding Kitchen Appliances 2022-06-13
Pair of WWU Seniors Win the 2020 GRAY Design Awards for 'Lo' 2020-12-07
Pair of WWU Seniors Win the 2020 GRAY Design Awards for 'Lo' 2020-12-07
Everyday People: Astoria artist finds depth in two dimensions

For Matthew Palmgren, the process of art and design is a way for him to work out his thoughts.

The two-dimensional art hanging in his studio at 14th Street Studios in Astoria has a similar style. Paper, transfer and paint are layered on top of each other on wood with a ground and finish…

Western Industrial Design students' work on display in 2020 junior and senior shows 2020-08-05
Western’s 2018 Senior Industrial Design Cohort Wins Gold in the ‘Olympics of Design Competitions’ 2019-10-22
WWU Alumnus Scotty Paton’s senior project featured in INNOVATION Magazine 2019-01-31
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