Amy Wu with robot dog Spot at Ingenuity Labs

Blending biomechanics and robotics, Amy Wu builds knowledge to improve human mobility

Mechanical and Materials Engineering researcher Amy Wu investigates how people walk, building knowledge that can lead to the development of robots that can help people with disabilities.

partnership aims to improve the occupational health of cotton textile crafters

Burkina Faso partnership aims to improve the occupational health of cotton textile crafters

In partnership with Université Joseph Ki-Zerbo in Burkina Faso, a Mechanical and Materials Engineering team is helping traditional weavers improve occupational health.

Majid Pahlevani

New imaging method allows the capture of high-res and 3D images

Majid Pahlevani, a researcher in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and collaborators at Harvard University discovered a new technique to enhance state-of-the-art microscopes, allowing an increase in image resolution, while also making 3-D microscopic imaging possible.

Driving Curiousity Forward: A Strategic Plan

Driving Curiosity Forward: the Queen's Engineering Strategic Plan

Covering three areas of impact, “Driving Curiosity Forward” redefines the mandate of this leading engineering school.

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