Prof. James Bird (ME, MSE) discusses his research on the scientific significance of bubbles.
A common thread ties seemingly unlinked disorders like Alzheimer’s disease and type II diabetes together. This thread is known as protein aggregation and happens when proteins clump together.
Transforming Living Cells into Computers By Sara Elizabeth Cody Whether it’s artificial skin that mimics squid camouflage or an artificial […]
MOC successfully rallies academia, government and industry in developing new cloud. By Rebecca Jahnke (COM ’17) The Massachusetts Open Cloud […]
Wireless Sensors Developed by Interdisciplinary Engineering Team to be Launched into Space By Rich Barlow Video by Joe Chan for BU Today On March […]
By Bhumika Salwan (Questrom ’16) ECE Associate Professor Ayse Coskun and Assistant Professor Manuel Egele were awarded $189,000 for their research […]
by Jasmine Carter While research at Mechanical Engineering generates important discoveries, new ideas, and theories, it also produces beautiful and […]
Research Could Bolster Nanoscale 3D Printing, Catalysis and Sensor Design By Mark Dwortzan A study led by Assistant Professor Scott […]
Two BU Grads seek to revolutionize the eye exam Imagine that you’re nearsighted. For many Americans, that’s not hard to […]
By Paloma Parikh (COM’15) Three ECE undergraduate students won grants from two programs affiliated with Boston University’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities […]