Engineering the Data RevolutionFake News, Smart Cities and Data in DNA
The 2017 Engineering Lecture Series examines new research and emerging technologies.
Enabling an Engineering First
CEE researchers work with Sound Transit to create the world’s first light rail on a floating bridge.
Undaunted passion: Making STEM education accessible
HCDE major Tsewone Melaku is aligning her interests in engineering with her passion to make STEM education accessible to underrepresented high school students.
The Molecular Engineering Materials Center is funded by a $15.6 million grant from the NSF as part of its MRSEC program.
People of color were exposed to more NO2 pollution from cars, trucks, and power plants during 10-year period.
Long-range backscatter system allows devices that run on extremely low power to communicate over long distances.
Researchers are developing a smartphone app capable of detecting concussions in the field.
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm