Students taking class 2.680 (Unmanned Marine Vehicle Autonomy, Sensing and Communications), aim to deepen our understanding of the ocean by developing artificial intelligence for use on autonomous marine vehicles.December 12, 2017 Students launch products that help users harness their superpowers
In the final presentation for class 2.009, Product Engineering Processes, eight teams of mechanical engineering seniors unveiled new products based on this year's theme, "Super!"December 6, 2017 Four from MIT are named 2018 IEEE Fellows
Senior Research Scientist Lynette Jones has been named an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Fellow in recognition for her contributions to tactile and thermal displays.December 6, 2017 Startup’s needle-free drug injector gets commercialization deal
Based on research by Professor Ian Hunter, the startup Portal Instruments will collaborate with Takeda Pharmaceuticals to produce a smart, needle-free drug injection device.December 4, 2017 Engineers 3-D print a “living tattoo”
Associate Professor Xuanhe Zhao has created “living tattoos” using a new 3D printing technique and ink made of genetically programmed living cells that respond to various stimuli.
The first hands-on classes to teach students not only how to design an object but also how to build it.
PhD candidate Thomas Ober discusses his thesis research: the development of a basic tool set and framework for using microfluidic devices to characterize viscoelastic liquids at large deformation rates.