On Saturday, January 25, the Brown University School of Engineering hosted its third annual Internship and Career Fair at Barus Holley. A record turnout of more than 225 students and 33 companies attended.
Jennet Toyjanova, a fifth year doctoral student in the solid mechanics group at the Brown University School of Engineering, has won the best student paper award at the 2013 Society for Experimental Mechanics (SEM) Conference.
Engineers who design efficient internal combustion engines now need to know much more about what actually happens when fuel burns. That’s what combustion chemistry specialists like Franklin Goldsmith can provide.
The heart, says bioengineer Kareen Coulombe, is one of the most efficient pumps that exist. Her research is developing ways to grow new heart tissue, replacing heart muscle that has been irreversibly damaged.