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Professor Steve Brunton writing math equations on a lightboard with a marker

Oct 27, 2020

‘Eigensteve’ Brunton: YouTubing math for engineers

With over four million views and 90,000 subscribers, Professor Steve Brunton’s YouTube channel simplifies the mathematical fundamentals behind data-driven engineering concepts.
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A researcher pressing buttons on an electronic device in a lab

Sep 01, 2020

Life suspended: The past and future of cryopreservation

The idea of freezing and later thawing out the human body has been a favorite of storytellers for decades, but the science of cryopreservation may be even more interesting.
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A collage of three students

Aug 24, 2020

Engineering STARS

ME alumna Ewurama Karikari and other STARS graduates fill us in on what they’ve been up to since receiving their engineering degrees.
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A faculty reviewing a student’s medical device prototype

Aug 06, 2020

Engineering innovations offer promise during pandemic

Engineering innovations confront health care challenges with new urgency during the COVID-19 crisis.
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May 11, 2020

Hearts in space

Mechanical engineering professor Nathan Sniadecki explains the research benefits of organ and tissue chips and why some — like the heart tissue chips developed in his lab — are sent into space.
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Apr 29, 2020

Turning the tide on marine energy

An engineering research collaboration advances knowledge of specialized turbines.
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