Category: Feature 3
When students just can’t get enough engineering, a variety of clubs keeps them busy.
Professor Peter Robbie ’69 adds art to the science of meeting human needs.
Plastic surgeon Joseph Rosen wants to fix health care. Teaching engineering students is part of his plan.
For Professor Daniel R. Lynch, resources and human rights are inseparable.
Biofuels don’t have to compete with food.
Solomon Diamond ’97 Th’98 engineers a novel approach to how the brain works.
For international students Thayer School is a foreign adventure.
Thayer School drives a new competition.
In the drive for alternative fuels, Professors Lee Lynd and Charles Wyman explain the growing role of ethanol.
Drew Endy Th'98 is constructing a tool kit for engineering living systems.