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MEMS News
WINTER 2019
Mechanical engineer Philip Bayly jostles living brains to learn how hits to the head cause injuries.
Bad Vibes: How Hits To The Head Are Transferred To The Brain
When a defect might be beneficial
Rohan Mishra and his team have found that defects in semiconductors are not necessarily a bad thing.
In cells, more persistent leaders drive response of group
Cells in a group mimic birds migrating in a flock, giving insight into how aggressive tumor cells invade the body. Contains Video
Collagen nanofibrils in mammalian tissues get stronger with exercise
Guy Genin was part of a team that found why collagen is such a resilient material.
SPOTLIGHT
Jubel Hall will link the existing engineering complex to other parts of the Danforth Campus and will strengthen collaboration among the Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science and other engineering departments.
Jubel Hall tour with Department Chair Phil Bayly
 
Agonafer receives $86,419 grant from Google
ASTM honors Jerina for symposium leadership
In the media: Will the Defiant be the helicopter that finally replaces the Black Hawk? Contains Video
Gould, Feng publish textbook
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Mechanical engineering students win Gateway Arch design competition
Mechanical engineering students win Gateway Arch design competition

A team of mechanical engineering students won a design competition for the Gateway Arch.

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