Engineering Notables

Assaf Gilad, professor of biomedical engineering and radiology, and Galit Pelled, professor of biomedical engineering, radiology and neuroscience, are leading a team of biomedical and electrical engineers to build biological circuits, oscillators and toggle switches inside cells looking for cures for Parkinson's and epilepsy.
A monthly look at what is being reported on the MSU Engineering community.
Arun Ross, of computer science and engineering, was an invited speaker at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Identity and Security in Switzerland in July 2018.
Arun Ross featured at NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Identity and Security in Switzerland.
Collin Castle (’06) receives MDOT’s highest service honor for his work on Michigan’s Intelligent Transportation Systems.
Collin Castle (’06) receives state's highest service honor for intelligent transportation systems.
MSU's plan to convert a 1940s power plant into a new STEM facility for students received national news attention.
A monthly sampling of what is being written about the MSU Engineering family.
Richard Lunt, a chemical engineering associate professor from MSU, reports that glass that darkens on-demand could reduce a building's need for air conditioning.
A monthly look at what is being reported on MSU Engineering.
Harry George Hedges, who served as the first chair of MSU’s Computer Science Department, died June 7, 2018, in Washington, D.C. He was 94.
First chair of Computer Science Department dies at 94.
WKAR's "MSUToday with Russ White" featured a 16-minute conversation with Engineering Dean Leo Kempel in May and June. It is part of WKAR's Dean's Series.
A monthly overview of what the media is reporting on the MSU College of Engineering.
University Distinguished Professor Lawrence Drzal celebrates with his family after receiving the 2018 MSU Technology Transfer Achievement Award on April 19.
A monthly sampling of what is being written about the MSU Engineering family.
Engineers have been working for years to develop a more convenient way to monitor blood pressure. Now, researchers at MSU and the University of Maryland appear to have succeeded.
A monthly look at what is being reported on the MSU Engineering community.
University Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Ramani Narayan is an internationally acclaimed thought leader and expert in bioplastics.
University Distinguished Professor Ramani Narayan is a internationally acclaimed bioplastics expert.

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