Category: Feature 3
A new laboratory building is helping Thayer engineers create better medical technologies by putting them into direct contact with doctors.
From ice core collection to infectious disease detection, even freshmen work in Thayer research labs.
An enterprising student team brings an introductory class project to market.
Dual-degree students call two institutions home.
Thayer’s five-year-old Ph.D. Innovation Program prepares students for an enterprising future.
New spaces and equipment remove barriers to inventiveness.
Professors Charles Sullivan and Jason Stauth are brightening the future of solar energy.
Recent grads bring nerve and verve to their startup ventures.
Working overseas, students encounter the technological and human sides of meeting people’s needs.
A professorial pick of outstanding ENGS 21 projects