MechSE undergrad Grant Klobuchar and two other students have advanced to the national finals.
MechSE's Elif Ertekin says that even though it is 150 years old, solar cell technology is still in a very young stage of its development.
MechSE grad student Nishana Ismail’s company won the Student Startup Award at the ninth annual Innovation Celebration.
Associate Professor Amy Wagoner Johnson has been selected as a Chair of Excellence by the NanoSciences Foundation in Grenoble, France.
For their ME 470 senior design project, one team introduces an electro-cautery knife that uses sensors to determine tissue type and adjust the power level...
Professor William King joined President Obama as the president announced a new Digital Lab for Manufacturing.
MechSE seniors presented a device that incorporates a circuit, a stylet with magnets, and a servo to improve intubation procedures.
Founders Andrew Honegger and Andy Phillip are among five MechSE grads running this Chicago company.
The first and second floors of Mechanical Engineering Laboratory were packed with students taking advantage of the opportunity to speak one-on-one with a wide...
As a freshman, Douglas "DJ" Podgorny wondered if he would ever be as accomplished as MechSE student and 2012 Knight of St. Patrick Stan Chang.
Matthew Condon, recently named a 2014 Knight of St. Patrick, will finish grinding excess metal off his bronze sword in the next couple of days.
Assistant professor Randy Ewoldt wins a prestigious NSF CAREER award to continue his experimental study of model materials that have different time scales of...
2013 marked the 25th year that the Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Center (ACRC) has called the MechSE department home.
MechSE professor Jonathan Freund was recently invited to serve on the editorial board of the Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics.
Research by professors Toussaint and Vanka demonstrates experimentally observed convection velocities of the order of micrometers per second for an array of...
LEGOs inspire "micro masonry," which utilizes transfer printing for micro and nano assembly.
Taher Saif and his team have developed bio-hybrid machines that can swim on their own, thanks to beating heart cells.
Chandra Nath was given the award based on his career of achievements and research in manufacturing engineering.
Students took a crash course in MEMS devices, and used common objects such as paper and foil to create and test their own accelerometer designs.
James Pikul was given a gold award from the Materials Research Society for his evolving work on microbattery technology.