Engineering News

Lalita Udpa of Michigan State University is one of only nine women in the country featured in a story on "NDT Women" in the March edition of Materials Evaluation. NDT is nondestructive testing.
ECE professor featured in scientific journal with 'Women in NDT.'
Seventy Michigan high school women – who represent the state’s upcoming technical talent among female computer science students -- will receive Aspirations in Computing (AiC) Awards at ceremonies on Saturday, March 24, at Michigan State University.
MSU, MTU and Oakland to honor state’s top young female talent in computing.
Berk Can Duva and Elisa Toulson have created new equipment to investigate flame and ignition characteristics of renewable and alternative fuels.
New equipment investigates flame and ignition characteristics of renewable and alternative fuels.
Eleven receive top honors during 2018 Engineering Awards Luncheon.
Eleven receive top honors during 2018 Engineering Awards Luncheon.
Kyle Foster (left) and Theo Caldwell from the Diversity Programs Office (DPO) have new roles in support of student inclusion and diversity in the Michigan State University College of Engineering.
Leaders in Diversity Programs Office have enhanced roles for student inclusion and diversity.
Anand Chandrasekhar, MSU electrical and computer engineering doctoral student, is the lead author of a new blood pressure app that is rivaling arm cuff accuracy for patients.
New blood pressure app and hardware rivals arm cuff accuracy.
Jeffrey Nanzer to use NSF CAREER Award to develop dynamic antenna arrays for radar and remote sensing.
Jeff Nanzer to use NSF CAREER Award to develop dynamic antenna arrays for radar and remote sensing.
Research by Assistant Professor Erin Purcell and PhD student Joseph Salatino was selected by Nature Biomedical Engineering Journal as a Top 10 highlight for addressing outstanding health challenges.
Nature Biomedical Engineering Journal highlights MSU research for addressing top health challenges.
Michigan State University scientists are engineering a virus-like particle, known as Qβ, that will generate anti-cancer immune responses in the body and potentially be used as a new vaccine for the treatment of cancer.
Biomedical engineering professor collaborating on virus-like anti-cancer particle.
Stephanie Luster-Teasley (MS ’00, PhD ’03 CIV EGR) receives Innovation Award at 2018 Black Engineer of the Year ceremonies in Washington, D.C.
Stephanie Luster-Teasley (MS ’00, PhD ’03 CIV EGR) honored at 2018 Black Engineer of Year Awards.

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