Overcoming oceans for opportunity: Alumnus looks back on family’s journey
Son Nguyen, ME ‘92, was one of more than 125,000 boat refugees who fled Vietnam through the South China Sea in 1975.
Inspired by metamorphosis, researchers create materials for shape-shifting architecture
The researchers envision applications ranging from construction to robotics.
Research team awarded grant to explore eco-manufacturing of soft electronics
The NSF grant supports the team's research on soft electronics and eco-manufacturing processes to address an epidemic of electronic waste.
Envisioning Research winners capture the beauty in their work
Research shows us the beauty of our world – and helps us understand it.
Researchers design three-dimensional kirigami building blocks to make dynamic metamaterials
Because the design approach is modular, these structures are easy to both assemble and disassemble.
Chancellor’s Innovation Fund catalyzes six promising projects
This year’s Chancellor's Innovation Fund projects could reshape medicine, immunotherapies, consumer packaging, stealth jets and solar-energy cells.
Researchers demonstrate technique for recycling nanowires in electronics
The work is a step toward more sustainable electronics.
Meet the newest startups heading to the Andrews Launch Accelerator
Four of the five selected startups have ties to the College of Engineering.
Four with ties to College appointed to Board of Trustees
Student Body President McKenzy Heavlin, who is majoring in electrical engineering, was also appointed to a one-year term.
Engineering Miller Fellow restoring work-life balance with Home Office Solutions
Billy Dickinson, MAE '21, was awarded a Miller Fellowship to support his start-up Home Office Solutions, which aims to provide better work-from-home spaces.