SEAS in the News

7/11/18
An article on ThomasNet News reports on research by Nils Napp, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, to develop autonomous robots that can overcome uneven terrain and other obstacles and are based on beavers, termites and other animals that build structures in response to simple environmental cues.
7/5/18
A story on Fox News about a Chinese “megarocket” that experts say could outperform NASA and SpaceX quotes John Crassidis, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, about President Trump’s order for the Pentagon to establish a “space force” and what the creation of a new and unprecedented branch of the armed services would entail.
7/3/18
A story on WKBW-TV interviews Nils Napp, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, about his research to develop autonomous robots that can overcome uneven terrain and other obstacles and are based on animals that build structures in response to environmental cues.
7/3/18
An article on Australia’s Food Processing reports on research by Jun Xia, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, and Jonathan Lovell, associate professor of biomedical engineering, that showed that barley is an ideal and safe contrast agent for diagnosing swallowing disorders.
6/29/18
An article on DOTmed reports on research by Jun Xia, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, and Jonathan Lovell, associate professor of biomedical engineering, that showed that barley is an ideal and safe contrast agent for diagnosing swallowing disorders.
6/29/18
An article in New Atlas reports on research by Nils Napp, assistant professor of computer science and engineering, to develop autonomous robots that can overcome uneven terrain and other obstacles and are based on beavers, termites and other animals that build structures in response to simple environmental cues.