By Barbara Moran. Photo and videos By Douglas Holmes Originally featured on BU Today Engineer Douglas Holmes says that art […]
Author: Emily C Wade
Dean Lutchen: Why Companies and Universities Should Forge Long-Term Collaborations (via Harvard Business Review)
In the last decade, there has been an explosion in the number of research deals between companies and universities. Companies, which have been reducing their spending on early stage research for three decades, have been increasingly turning to universities to perform that role, seeking access to the best scientific and engineering minds in specific domains.
A new BU-led study published Thursday in the journal Brain suggests that chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is caused by head injuries, not by concussions. The research explains why 20 percent of athletes who exhibited the early stages of the progressive brain illness postmortem never had a diagnosed concussion.
2017 Collegiate Inventors Competition graduate student gold winner Ning Mao (ENG’17) won $10,000 for her invention Engineered Probiotics, an engineered […]
ENG prof and students developing autonomous boats to find drug traffickers 09.28.2017 By David Levin. Video by Devin Hahn Originally […]
Creative Minds: Rapid Testing for Antibiotic Resistance By Dr. Francis Collins, Director, NIH | Originally posted on NIH Director’s Blog The […]
Responsive sensors aim to improve human health and lighting efficiency Thomas Little, professor of electrical and computer engineering and associate […]
Tuesday, February 21: Former Google Executive presents talk titled “How to Become a Star Performer in Tech”
Tuesday, February 21 | 7-9pm Boston University Law Auditorium 765 Commonwealth Ave Free and Open to the Public Click to […]
ENG Key Partner in Newly Announced $80 Million Advanced Tissue Biofabrication Manufacturing USA Institute
The College of Engineering has been selected as a key partner in a major, federally supported initiative aimed at creating […]
by Emily Wade The digital revolution has shifted and blurred the once-rigid boundaries between electrical engineering (EE) and computer engineering […]