The Tickle College of Engineering begins its next evolution with the construction of a $129 million, 228,000-square-foot engineering complex.
What do sepsis patients, kidney transplants, driverless cars, and storm drainage all have in common? Anahita Khojandi.
Students worked with Krawlers Edge to develop a supply chain system using a lean manufacturing approach.
Mahshid Ahmadi is investigating a novel class of materials for multifunctional detectors, such as the dual gamma ray-neutron detectors used to detect high-energy radiations.
Scott Emrich is working to uncover the genes responsible for malaria resistance through genetic crossing.
Frenando Blevins and the students in the Integrated Business and Engineering Program took on the challenge of designing a new kiosk for Olli, Local Motors’ self driving vehicle.