Assistant Professor James Bird (ME, MSE) was recognized by the American Society for Engineering Educators in the summer edition of Prism magazine as one of 20 high-achieving researchers and educators under 40.
Category: MSE Spotlight Faculty
Prof. James Bird (ME, MSE) discusses his research on the scientific significance of bubbles.
Prof. Porter wins $2.5 million grant from the NIA to develop a drug and a delivery system. Prof. Porter is partnering with Prof. Morgan.
Professor Xin Zhang (ME, MSE, ECE, BME), recipient of the 2018 Charles DeLisi Award and Distinguished Lecture, presented “Tailoring Electromagnetic and Acoustic Waves with MEMS and Metamaterials” on April 12.
Professor Enrico Bellotti (ECE, MSE) is the principal investigator of a new $1.25 million interdisciplinary center that will work with collaborators from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, industry and academia to develop new simulation and design methodologies for semiconductor materials and devices.
Goal is personalized heart tissue for clinical use By Barbara Moran, BU Research Boston University has won a $20 million, […]
Tyrone Porter grew up in Detroit. At the time, he says, the city was about 75 percent black. Now he’s a College of Engineering associate professor of mechanical engineering and of biomedical engineering, where the demographics are very different.
Boston University engineering professor Catherine Klapperich (BME, ME, MSE) understands just how powerful it is to have direct access to your medical information. She’s working to make that “little revolution” a lot bigger through simple, portable tests for conditions like HPV, malaria, and chlamydia that patients can use worldwide.
BME/MSE Professor Muhammad Zaman has been awarded the Rice 360 Inspiration Award, which is given to Global Health Professionals for […]
In 2012, a cluster of people in Lahore, Pakistan, started dying inexplicably. Most were mid- to low-income patients who had received free medicine at the Punjab Institute of Cardiology. Within a week, over 200 people died. An investigation found that the patients’ high blood pressure medication had been contaminated with similar-looking antimalarial ingredients.