Why quantum matters
Dean Nancy Allbritton and Professors Kai-Mei Fu and Charles Marcus share their thoughts on the potential of quantum research and why it’s so important now.
Research from the heart
When it comes to cardiac systems research, a bioengineering professor wants to play his cards right.
The College’s Industry Capstone Program pairs students with companies, nonprofits and government organizations to tackle real-world engineering challenges.
The College of Engineering named national leader in inclusive excellence
The College of Engineering has been recognized as a leader in inclusive excellence by the American Society for Engineering Education.
Di Xiao named chair of Materials Science & Engineering
The professor — who holds joint appointments in materials science and engineering, physics and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory — began his new role in March.
Research with a splash of color
The phrase “a splash of color” took on a very literal meaning for a research team that is using environmentally safe pink dye to investigate the movement of water where a river flows into the ocean.
Rethinking disability and advancing access
UW CREATE collaborates toward a world with fewer problems and more solutions for people of all abilities.
A new form of wireless communication
A UW research team invents a new form of wireless communication.
2023 College of Engineering Diamond Awards
Alumni Steve Chisholm, Dwayne Dunaway, Alain Adjorlolo and Anne Dinning were celebrated this spring for their achievements and contributions.