Tue, 12/05/2023 | UW NewsA robot's journey
Allen School researchers discuss the successes and challenges of developing assistive-feeding robots.
Fri, 12/01/2023 | UW Electrical & Computer EngineeringPublic policy and renewable energy
Recent electrical and computer engineering grad Margot Adam is studying public policy to improve renewable energy production, distribution and access.
Wed, 11/29/2023 | UW BioengineeringIs blood driven by the heart alone?
UW bioengineering researchers have found that it’s not just the heart that pumps blood.
Mon, 11/27/2023 | UW NewsTracking whales
WhaleVis turns more than a century of whaling data into an interactive map.
Mon, 11/27/2023Pulling together
Did you know that seven of the nine "Boys in the Boat" were engineering students? Learn more about the UW rowing team that won Olympic gold in 1936.
Wed, 11/22/2023 | UW NewsAI for noise-canceling headphones
A UW-led team has developed deep-learning algorithms that let users pick which sounds filter through their headphones in real time.
Mon, 11/20/2023 | UW Chemical EngineeringMaking bacteria work smarter
Chemical engineers are harnessing genetic engineering tools to rewire biological systems.
Fri, 11/17/2023 | UW Materials Science and EngineeringBatteries and baklava
A passion for nanomaterials can take you places. For two materials science and engineering students this past summer, that meant Greece.
Wed, 11/15/2023 | UW NewsCan AI help boost accessibility?
UW researchers tested AI tools’ utility for accessibility. Though they found cases in which the tools were helpful, they also found significant problems.
Wed, 11/08/2023 | UW Mechanical EngineeringMechanical engineering veterans spotlight
Two mechanical engineering alums and military veterans share their experiences and insights.
Mon, 11/06/2023 | UW Civil & Environmental EngineeringFrom uniforms to Huskies
Military leaders forge new paths pursuing graduate degrees in civil and environmental engineering.
Mon, 11/06/2023Addressing the climate crisis
Learn how the UW Engineering community is taking action through research, teaching and collaboration.
Thu, 11/02/2023 | UW NewsHow can social media be better?
Four UW researchers, who are exploring different approaches to improve people’s experiences, share their strategies.
Wed, 11/01/2023Tadayoshi Kohno to serve as new Associate Dean for Faculty Success
Kohno, who is a professor in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, will begin his new appointment in January 2024.
Tue, 10/31/2023 | UW NewsImproving accessibility with augmented reality
Allen School researchers Xia Su and Jae Lee discuss three apps they're developing that use augmented reality technology to improve accessibility.
Thu, 10/26/2023 | UW Aeronautics and AstronauticsEngineering "spidey senses"
Spiders can inform how we engineer sensing structures without sensors.
Tue, 10/24/2023A foundation for the future
The new academic home for all undergraduate engineering students, the Interdisciplinary Engineering Building is taking shape quite literally.
Thu, 10/19/2023 | UW Mechanical EngineeringA passion for research
Studying electrical flow—and the Husky Promise—sparked ME student Ben Price’s decision to pursue graduate education.
Tue, 10/17/2023 | UW Department of Electrical & Computer EngineeringA new chip for quantum technology
A UW research team has demonstrated a new kind of photonic chip that could work as a solid foundation for building a quantum simulator.
Mon, 10/16/2023Showcasing student research
Four engineering undergraduate students share their summer research experiences.
Thu, 10/12/2023 | UW NEWSMeet MilliMobile
Developed by UW researchers, the tiny, self-driving robot is powered by light and radio waves.
Tue, 10/10/2023 | UW College of EngineeringSpotlight on inclusive excellence
Karen Thomas-Brown, the College of Engineering’s associate dean of diversity, equity and inclusion, shares what the College’s Office of Inclusive Excellence has been up to in its first two years.
Thu, 10/05/2023 | UW Materials Science and EngineeringScaffolds for stem cell growth
Chitosan, a material found in the outer skeletons for shellfish, may help increase the supply of clinical-grade stem cells used in regenerative medicine.
Tue, 10/03/2023 | UW NewsSmart speakers that change shape
A UW-led team has developed a shape-changing smart speaker, which uses self-deploying microphones to create speech zones and track the positions of individual speakers.
Thu, 09/28/2023 | UW Chemical EngineeringIlluminating new depths of biomedical treatment
By using colored light, UW researchers can now manipulate biomaterials deeper inside native tissue than ever before.