New program offers alternative learning pathway to mastering fundamental skills needed for global manufacturing excellence and competitiveness.January 7, 2018 Turning any room into an operating room
With a product called SurgiBox, graduate student Sally Miller hopes to make safe, clean surgery possible anywhere.January 4, 2018 Using mechanical forces to improve wound healing
Alum Dennis Orgill SM ’80, PhD ’83 applies the mechanical engineering principles he learned at MIT to the operating room.January 4, 2018 Optimizing carbon nanotube electrodes
A new model developed by Professor Evelyn Wang measures the characteristics of carbon nanotube structures for energy storage and water desalination applications.January 2, 2018 Changing lives with heart, humor, and engineering
MechE senior and Marshall Scholar Nick Schwartz wants to solve the world' energy problem — and make people smile along the way.
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.
In this year’s Class 2.12: Introduction to Robotics, undergraduate students joined forces to build a robot that can emulate complex human movement with a soccer-theme.