A new stretchable electrode array is being tested to monitor and control the organs within us with more precision.
A Nuclear Engineering researcher heats an apparatus to start the chain of ion interactions.
A new class of materials that MSE Professor John Heron’s laboratory is engineering could change the way our devices utilize energy.
Home Lead Paint Test
A new test engineered by Macromolecular Science and Engineering Professor Ann McNeil’s laboratory will enable individuals to test for lead paint without expensive kits or hiring external parties.
A stretchable conductor inspired by origami could hold the future to how we build and design future technology.
Biodiesel Production Plant
Chemical Engineering undergraduate students are learning the process and means to innovate on the way we create fuels through an undergraduate lab.
Re-Building the Heart
BME researchers in Andrew Putnam's group can now transform scar tissue into new heart muscle cells.
The Mad Engineer
A collaboration between an engineer and motor-vehicle powerhouse is helping bring engine systems into the future.
Autonomous cars need to park, too. IOE Professor Romesh Saigal's research group is working to build a guidance system for autonomous parking.
A new augmented reality application designed by MSE Professor Joanna Millunchick can help researchers augment their science that is typically at a nanoscale to one they can interface with actively.
As technology gets smaller and more efficient, so too has the ability for researchers and students outside of the traditional confines of government institutions to do so. AERO Researchers in Jamie Cutler's lab are working on the next generation of cube satellites.