One of the biggest stumbling blocks for medical practitioners is something that is inherent to patients themselves: human nature. “People […]
Understanding and controlling which materials gain entry into living cells holds great promise in a number of fields, from biomedicine […]
Students from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering worked with Clayton Homes on a plan to increase manufacturing using LEAN manufacturing.
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.