Made of Paper Towel Tubes, This Robotic Arm Teaches STEM While Playing Chess
Students’ prize-winning project is a fun, tactile way to teach kids about computer science and mathematics.
A snapshot from Smart and Connected Systems, the course where students put cyber-physical and IoT concepts into practice.
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 on the big board, monitoring your flight status. Delayed. Delayed. And then: Cancelled. Saniya Shah (’16) has certainly been there, and she’s hit upon a solution. Shah is […]
How to Create Safe, Energy-Efficient Buildings in a Post-Covid World
BU Innovators Address New Requirements of Commercial Real Estate by Maya Bhat & Maureen Stanton, CISE Staff Smart building technology has been a growing trend in the commercial real estate sector to help building owners and other stakeholders automate processes, reduce costs, boost energy efficiency, and improve the comfort of tenants. In a post-covid world, […]