Microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS, are tiny machines fabricated using equipment and processes developed for the production of electronic chips and devices. They’ve found a wide variety...December 15, 2016 Taking a leap in bioinspired robotics
Sangbae Kim borrows principles from biomechanics, human decision-making, and mechanical design to build a robot for use in disaster response.December 12, 2016 Student product ideas range from lifesaving to just plain fun
Eight teams unveil a wide variety of ingenious new product concepts, some designed to be life-saving or health-enhancing.December 11, 2016 Professors Ghoniem and Kellogg honored as Committed to Caring
Going above and beyond to make a difference in their lives, he “has created a very supportive, family-friendly culture” in his lab.December 6, 2016 Printable electronics
John Hart invents fast, precise printing process that may result in functional electronics at the nanoscale.
Dr. Heather Beem (PhD ’15) has designed a sensor that could be used by underwater robots to collect data on hydrothermal events or marine life.
Department Head Gang Chen responds to his ALS ice bucket challenge to raise awareness and funding for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.