NanoTASTIC! Some really little things can be hugely fantasic!
One example is cellulose, a nanstructured polymer, which is a
renewable resource, and serves as an essential ingredient in many
products, including pharmaceuticals, paint, paper and foods.The
workshop was organized by Paschalis Alexandridis and Marina
Tsianou, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. Photo
Credit: The Onion Studio.
U in Computing: Everywhere, Everyday! U is for Ubiquitous! In
this hands on workshop, learn about the role of computing in
everyday, everywhere and how you can put computing in your own
career! The workshop was organized by Carl Alphonce, Department of
Computer Science and Engineering. Photo Credit: The Onion
Mix It UP: Take it Apart! You’ll by ‘puzzled’
in this fun session: learning about product disassembly. The first
step before actually repairing or fixing any products is to
dismantle the parts. Some products are easy to disassemble. Some
are not. Students will disassemble some old PCs, printers,
keyboards, mouse, etc. and then find new purposes. The workshop was
organized by Sara Behdad and Lora Cavuoto, Department of Industrial
and Systems Engineering. Photo Credit: The Onion Studio.