Douglas Holmes remembers when he fell in love with bendy things. He was a graduate student in physics, and he wanted to understand why a sheet of paper curves into a loop when you push the ends together.
Category: ME Spotlight-Research
In November, Assistant Professor Emily Ryan (ME, MSE) was awarded the 2017 Scialog Fellowship for Advanced Energy Storage, along with […]
In a recent paper in Nature Nanotechnology, Assistant Professor Chuanhua Duan (ME, MSE) and his team have quantified water slippages in single graphene nanochannels for the first time and detailed why those data are inconsistent.
By Liz Sheeley Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death in the U.S. and diabetics are two to four […]
What can engineers learn from observing the physics of a slinky? The popular toy is just one example of an […]
Published in: IEEE Control Systems ( Volume: 37, Issue: 4, Aug. 2017 ) Date of Publication: 17 July 2017 Q. […]
When Professor Alice White (ME, MSE, Physics, BME) came to BU in 2013 as chair of Mechanical Engineering, she was […]
Congratulations to Scott Bunch for being promoted to College of Engineering associate professor of mechanical engineering and associate professor of […]
The Dynamics of Static Bubbles: The Drainage and Rupture of Quiescent Bubbles Can Enrich, Aerosolize, and Stress Suspended Microorganisms Read […]
Written by Grace Ware (Junior) On Saturday I hopped on a bus with a group of students and our professor […]