Researchers, including Associate Professor Stephanie Mueller, have created a system that enables makers to incorporate sensors directly into rotational mechanisms with only one pass in a 3D printer.March 1, 2023 Engineers devise a modular system to produce efficient, scalable aquabots
Researchers, including Michael Triantafyllou, Dixia Fan, & PhD candidate Jose del Aguila Ferrandis, have come up with an innovative approach to building deformable underwater robots using simple repeating substructures.February 27, 2023 New purification method could make protein drugs cheaper
A team of engineers led by Professor Kripa Varanasi has devised a new purification method that could make protein drugs cheaper.February 26, 2023 MIT-Takeda Program heads into fourth year with crop of 10 new projects
MIT-Takeda Program heads into fourth year with crop of 10 new projects. The program leverages research expertise and Takeda’s industrial know-how for research in artificial intelligence and medicine.February 21, 2023 Student-led conference charts the future of micro- and nanoscale research, reinforces scientific community
MechE graduate student Caroline McCue presents her research on using surface morphology to mediate cancer cell adhesion at the 2023 Microsystems Annual Research Conference. Postdoc Saurabh Nath was awarded best pittch.
Jeehwan Kim, associate professor of mechanical engineering at MIT, is using his background in materials science to build a physical neural network and produce cheap semiconductor wafers – technologies that could help bring the artificial intelligence power of super computers to handheld devices.
In class 2.00b, Toy Product Design, offered by MIT’s Department of Mechanical Engineering, first-year students get hands-on engineering and product design experience while developing a prototype for a new toy.