Yao and Colleagues Publish Paper in Science Advances Describing Pioneering Sensors for Cardiac Tissue
A research team led by Jun Yao has invented nano-electronic sensors capable of probing electrical and mechanical cellular responses in cardiac tissue.
The Conversation published an interview with Dr. Erin Baker about the United States’ effort to transition to renewable energy.
Joseph Bardin, a professor in the UMass Amherst Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, has won the IEEE Microwave Magazine Best Paper Award.
Hung is developing a non-toxic manufacturing process for separation membranes that can be used in everything from water purification to kidney dialysis.
The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers names MIE alumna and Intel Corporation Senior Principal Engineer Tiffany Sargent to its 2022 Class of Fellows.
Breña and Peterman Receive $397,767 Grant to Develop Techniques to Improve Performance of Existing Reinforced Concrete Buildings During Earthquakes
CEE researchers will study better ways to retrofit older reinforced buildings so that communities often subjected to earthquakes can return quickly to normal.
NSF Awards Balasubramanian $502,159 to Improve the Healthcare of Patients with Complex Medical and Social Needs
Hari Balasubramanian is working with a coalition in New Jersey to better deliver care to patients facing physical, mental, and socio-economic challenges.
Jessica Schiffman of the Chemical Engineering Department has been named the first recipient of the Gary Lapidus Faculty Fellowship in Chemical Engineering.
MIE Assistant Professor Jinglei Ping obtains Air Force instrumentation grant to purchase an essential atomic-scale, thin-film processing system for $150,000.
Jessica Schiffman becomes initial deputy editor of the newest periodical in the American Chemical Society Applied Materials & Interfaces family of journals.