Inspiring the next generation of rocket scientists and astronauts, and it all happened in school today. The unique lesson brought together college students, and third graders. And that made for an exciting day, reaching for the stars.
Product developers used to depend on a primary engineering discipline to realize a design. For example, automobile manufacturers use to rely largely on mechanical engineers to design their products. More recently, companies have needed to hire a blend of software, computer, electrical mechanical and systems engineers for cars, particularly electric ones. Increasingly, the most innovative products rely both on an interdisciplinary approach and the use of massive amounts of data to support product development and operation.
Anthony Byrne Receives MIT Best Lighting Talk Award By Shereen Abubakr (QST ’18) ECE undergraduate Anthony Byrne (ENG ’19) received […]
You are warmly invited to join us for “Engineers Got Talent,” a showcase of performances by engineering students. We are also […]
Jessica Gimbel isn’t someone you can call unmotivated–a part-time nurse, LEAP student, and Zapotec intern, she’s just beginning her mechanical […]
Two student teams from BU were recognized for their scientific achievements during the 2017 International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Giant Jamboree.
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 […]
By Amy Pollard (GRS ’19) The Boston University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) announces the reinstatement of the […]
Student projects on display at ECE Senior Design capstone event By Joel Brown for BU Today Photos by Dave Green Raindrops slap […]