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Center for Environmental Health Sciences selects 2018 poster winners
Center for Environmental Health Sciences selects 2018 poster winners

Annual poster session showcases recent work on biological effects of exposure to environmental agents.

Rock music helps students and educators explore engineering
Rock music helps students and educators explore engineering

Playful Learning Lab, founded by AnnMarie Thomas ’01, is collaborating with rock band OK Go to create hands-on PK-12 engineering experiences.

Institute for Data, Systems, and Society to launch new MicroMasters and PhD programs
Institute for Data, Systems, and Society to launch new MicroMasters and PhD programs

Interdisciplinary doctoral program in statistics and online MicroMasters program in statistics and data science begin this fall.

Deriving a theory of defects
Deriving a theory of defects

Mingda Li seeks to harness atomic irregularities in materials for improved energy applications.

Integrating optical components into existing chip designs
Integrating optical components into existing chip designs

Technique would allow addition of optical communication components to existing chips with little modification of their designs.

How to bend and stretch a diamond
How to bend and stretch a diamond

The brittle material can turn flexible when made into ultrafine needles, researchers find.

For nuclear weapons reduction, a way to verify without revealing
For nuclear weapons reduction, a way to verify without revealing

New isotope-detection method could prove compliance but avoid divulging secrets.

From blank verse to blockchain
From blank verse to blockchain

Ryan Robinson '17 launched his startup with skills from both the humanities and engineering.

3Q: John Heywood on the future of the internal combustion engine
3Q: John Heywood on the future of the internal combustion engine

Professor of mechanical engineering explains the importance of advancing internal combustion engines and offers his take on recent EPA rollbacks.

P.L. Thibaut Brian, professor emeritus of chemical engineering, dies at 87
P.L. Thibaut Brian, professor emeritus of chemical engineering, dies at 87

Longtime professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering was a champion of engineering and safety excellence throughout his career.

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