Going from Gauzy to Granular

Anna Devor and collaborators aim to extract neuronal circuit activity from fMRI, opening door for clinical applications By Patrick L. Kennedy Say you’re listening to a lecture... More

The Wave of the Future is Itty-Bitty Bubbles

Microfluidic analysis is a key component of synthetic biology, with applications from healthcare to national defense. With this kind of speed and scalability comes limitless potential for advances and breakthroughs in biotechnology. More

An Inside Look

ENG researchers from across disciplines are joining forces to produce images and insights into how neurons and other cells work By Patrick L. Kennedy An electrical engineer, More

Making a Big Impact with Tiny Lasers

Utilizing a novel form of mathematics--fractional calculus—Professor Luca Dal Negro and his collaborator are embarking on a 36-month study of equally novel types of miniaturized laser structures, capable of operating efficiently over multiple frequency bands and releasing so-called “photons on demand.” More


A Lifetime Of Commitment To Engineering – And Diversity

In recognition of his “seminal research in information coding theory and data compression, and enormous contributions to the promotion of diversity in engineering education,” The Okawa Foundation for Information and Telecommunications has awarded BU ECE Research Professor Robert M. Gray the 2020 Okawa Prize. More

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Three ENG Faculty Promoted

Three College of Engineering faculty have been promoted to the rank of associate professor with tenure “Each year, these promotions and awards of tenure mark an... More

The Sensor You Swallow

By Patrick L. Kennedy Thanks to the work of Assistant Professor Rabia Yazicigil (ECE) and her colleagues at MIT, Crohn’s and other bowel disease sufferers might... More

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Start-Up Stars

Two ENG alumni are on Forbes’ list of top young entrepreneurs By Patrick L. Kennedy If you’re a frequent flyer, you’ve been there. At the airport, eyes... More

Three ENG Faculty Named AIMBE Fellows

Three ENG faculty members have been elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE): Associate Professor Doug Densmore (ECE, BME), Associate Professor Mo Khalil (BME), and Professor Katherine Zhang (ME, BME, MSE). More


Densmore elected AIMBE Fellow

Professor Douglas Densmore was elected to the 2021 American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering College of Fellows. More

Spring 2021 CISE-ENG Seed Awards Winners

By Margo Stanton Four Spring 2021 Seed Grants were awarded by the Boston University Center for Information & Systems Engineering (CISE) and the College of Engineering’s (ENG)... More

New Frontiers in Self-driving Cars

Goyal Research Team Breaks Conventions, Develops Novel 3D Imaging Methods Designed for the Real World LIDAR, used in most self-driving cars, models the world around them... More