The Humanitarian Engineering Program is working to reduce the physical burden of household work and deadly indoor air pollution.
Jonathan Hurst, associate professor of mechanical engineering, demonstrates Cassie the robot at Amazon's MARS 2017 Conference. (Photo courtesy of Amazon.)
Over the past year, Oregon State University has positioned itself as a key partner in the field of advanced manufacturing.
A.J. Fillo, Ph.D. candidate in the School of MIME, has launched a new video series aimed at sparking kids' interest in science
Three School of MIME faculty have achieved early-career benchmarks by earning prestigious and competitive research awards from the National Science Foundation and the Office of Naval Research
By changing the consistency of silicone rubber, John Morrow, a graduate student in robotics, enabled a 3D printer to assemble silicone into complex shapes. The breakthrough could hold the key to 3D printing of silicone soft-bodied robots.
MIME alumni partner for wave energy R&D
Health care systems engineering expert acts on global impact, student success, strategic excellence
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