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Fashioning a fit for high heels
Published May 26, 2016
Student team tackles project that aims to meet demand among growing number of women veteran amputees
Data on course
Mastering wind dynamics
Published March 16, 2016 Video
Computer simulations show wicked wind at play at Augusta National, home of The Masters golf tournament
Marine ecology
Canaries in cold seas
Published Spring 2016
One-millimeter mollusks could hold clues to the health of oceans / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Mousetrap mechanics
Hacky Sack challenge
Published Dec 3, 2015 Photos
Mechanical engineering students take part in annual Mousetraps and Rubber Bands competition
Tiny dancers
Giant leap for robotics?
Published Oct 20, 2015 Video
Researchers study spider crickets' aerial acrobatics in hopes of building better robots
Food for thought
Using their noodles
Published July 28, 2015
High school students from around the world compete in annual Spaghetti Bridge Competition
Smart pill dispenser
Published June 18, 2015 Video
Tamper-proof bottle designed by students could help curb prescription painkiller misuse, abuse
Hands-on diagnosis
Published April 29, 2015
Tiny lab devices could attack huge problem of drug-resistant infections
Top honor for K.T. Ramesh
Published April 1, 2015
Mechanical engineering professor receives W.M. Murray medal from experimental mechanics society
Robot regatta
Sink or swim assignment
Published Dec 11, 2014
Engineering students use sensors, actuators to help steer model sailboats