The intersection of engineering and neuroscience promises great advances in health care. The UW is establishing itself as a global leader in the field, spurred on by investments in faculty and cutting-edge research.
The Career Center @ Engineering connects engineering students and employers. The Center is a collaboration between the UW Career Center and the College of Engineering, and it has served thousands of students since opening two years ago.
STARS gives students from disadvantaged backgrounds a “redshirt” year to increase the number who graduate with engineering degrees. Three students from the first cohort have completed the program, and their engineering degrees, in just four years.
A new UW microscope could provide real-time results during cancer-removal surgeries, potentially preventing women from having to undergo multiple lumpectomy surgeries because cancerous breast tissue is missed the first time.
UW engineers have designed the first battery-free cellphone that can send and receive calls using power harvested from ambient radio signals or light. It’s a major step forward in moving beyond chargers and dying phones.
A new study finds that drone deliveries emit less climate-warming carbon dioxide pollution than truck deliveries in some — but not all — scenarios.
This year, the UW College of Engineering has attracted 14 outstanding new faculty members to our departments. We are excited to have these distinguished professors join our community of innovators.