Making Waves with a Hammer and a 3D Printer

‘Smart Aviary’ Uses Machine Learning to Study Social Networks

GRASP Lab Profile: Monroe Kennedy III

Penn Engineers to Send Robots Underground in DARPA Subterranean Challenge

A new way to fly, built up from the nanoscale

Megan Ryerson Testifies to City Council on Scooters’ Role in Safe Transportation

Penn Engineers 3D Print Smart Objects with ‘Embodied Logic’

Engineering with Kirigami

Mapping the Ocean With Marine Robots

M. Ani Hsieh’s robotics lab investigates how to use ocean currents as a natural energy source for marine robots, which would enable widespread exploration.

At TED, Professor Aaswath Raman Talks About the Cold of Space as a Renewable Resource

Aaswath Raman, one of the newest members of the Department of Electrical and Systems Engineering, is using his background in optics and materials science to take an ancient idea and apply it to a pressing, modern-day problem: cooling. He spoke at this year’s TED conference in Vancouver, explaining how harnessing “radiative cooling” could be the […]

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