The “GlowSafely” device, using motion-sensor technology and LED lights, enables drivers to spot cyclists and pedestrians in dark crosswalks and bike lanes.
For their senior capstone design project, a team of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering students brought an innovative musical shoe concept to life.
Crawley’s labor of love was always startups. As he says, “I help people turn crazy ideas into companies.”
The competition, focused on technology innovation, is open to all UMass students; competitors pitch their ideas to a panel of judges for $15,000 in prize money.
Arbabi is a UMass Amherst co-principal investigator for the project to establish the first open-access R&D facility for advanced optical components in the U.S.
UMass Amherst and industry partner EMA are accelerating development and adoption of critical emerging metalense technology in the commonwealth.
The invention of optical coherence tomography has transformed ophthalmology by allowing rapid detection of ophthalmic diseases.
Govind Srimathveeravalli of MIE and Neil Forbes of ChE have received awards of up to $100,000 each to pursue translational research.
The prize-winners are launching startup companies with pioneering health technologies triggered by avant-garde research at UMass Amherst.