Researchers are exploring how robotics and AI can help improve manufacturing workers’ safety, standardize processes and more.
ME graduate students share their research interests and their experience taking a new course.
Ph.D. candidate and instructor Elijah Kuska is advancing biomechanics research while meeting students where they are.
Ph.D. candidate Malia Steward shares her journey to researching renewable energy and how she’s working to improve solar cell efficiency.
Ph.D. student Shawn Swanson recently led a clinical trial for ThermoTape, a medical adhesive that becomes less sticky when time for removal.
An improved mathematical model describes how birds flock together – which could be applied to build robots that move in the same way.
To investigate how nanomaterials and nanostructure makes materials more resistant to breaking, UW researchers turn to nature.
Researchers found a solution to mitigating the noise caused by the SR 520 floating bridge’s expansion joints.
The ME alum and director of technical services at Teague reflects on his time at the UW, his career and his role on the department’s Executive Advisory Board.