A new, high-tech video display in the Brody Learning Commons could change the way students learn, teachers teach, and researchers work.
From cockroaches to fruit flies, from moths to DNA strands, next-gen robots are finding inspiration in living things to navigate faster, maneuver better, and self-replicate with dizzying speed.
At the vanguard of imaging science, Michael I. Miller is working in new dimensions that hold tantalizing promise for the early detection and treatment of disease.
Just in time for the Summer Olympics, we look to Professor Rajat Mittal to analyze the swimmer’s freestyle stroke, in an attempt to answer once and for all: Which method is fastest?
As computing ability jumps by leaps and bounds, researchers wrestle with making the best use—and reuse—of all that data.
For biomedical engineering students working in the world’s poorest regions, necessity is the mother of invention.
When an earthquake strikes, when a hurricane hits, what causes screws to separate from sheets of drywall? Ben Schafer’s “Big Blue Baby” is providing the answers.
Engineers are moving into a host of new fields…Meet three Whiting School Faculty at the Forefront
Whether creating a community garden, repairing medical equipment in Cost Rica, or sweating it out on the football field, WSE students pursue their passions.