Mechanical & Materials Engineering News
July 09, 2015
- UNL engineers have designed an adhesive mechanism that could allow ingestible cameras and biosensors to hang around the digestive system for unprecedented lengths of time.
July 06, 2015
- Linxia Gu, associate professor of mechanical and materials engineering, and a team of UNL engineers have found that blast waves from concussive explosions may put far greater strain on the brain than previously thought.
May 29, 2015
- UNL professor's development of small surgical robots evokes the 1960s movie "Fantastic Voyage," but provides a glimpse of the future of surgery.
May 12, 2015
- The research of Florin Bobaru, professor of mechanical and materials engineering, on modeling corrosion damage has generated international news attention recently.
May 01, 2015
- From Formula SAE racing to other student design competitions, Nebraska Engineering students have succeeded in gaining national and international recognition. Here’s a look at some of the recent successes for UNL teams and events coming up:
April 20, 2015
- <span>A team of UNL researchers has developed a structure that can begin mimicking patterns and designs by replicating color and texture within seconds of exposure to pulses of light. </span>
April 08, 2015
- A business co-founded by Tom Frederick, a graduate student in mechanical engineering and applied sciences, won a $50,000 prize on Tuesday in a UNL competition and could be headed for even bigger things.
March 18, 2015
- UNL engineers Florin Bobaru, professor of mechanical and materials engineering, and Ziguang Chen, postdoctoral researcher, are the first to develop a model that looks beyond the surface of corrosion to better predict its spread.
March 02, 2015
- <span>A collaboration between UNL engineers and Purdue University plant biologists helped researchers gain a better understanding of how plant cells grow and gain their shapes. Their results are published in the March 2 edition of Nature: Plants.</span>
February 23, 2015
- A video about research done at UNL by Jung Yul Lim, associate professor of mechanical and materials engineering, into ways of controlling obesity on NSF's Science360 News web site.