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Jun 06, 2018

ME Alum Josh Levin Breaks Record for Salmon Ladder Ascent

ME Alum Josh Levin, E’17, was featured in the Olympic Channels video “How well do you know sport climbing?” and on American Ninja All-Stars for breaking the all-time record for fastest salmon ladder ascent.

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

May 31, 2018

A scientist calculated the ludicrous strength of Marvel villain Thanos

CEE Assistant Professor Steven Cranford was featured in the Washington Post’s article “A scientist calculated the ludicrous strength of Marvel villain Thanos”.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

May 24, 2018

From Northeastern University students, a bold vision for Mansfield's Route 140

A team of civil capstone students under the direction of Daniel Dulaski were featured in the Sun Chronicle proposing plans to redesign the traffic flow through the town of Mansfield to increase safety and provide a better space for walkers and bicyclists.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Apr 09, 2018

Scientists Cross Disciplines to Develop an Implantable Device to Prevent and Treat Brain Diseases

ECE Chair and Professor Srinivas Tadigadapa was featured in PennState's article "Scientists cross disciplines to develop an implantable device to prevent and treat brain diseases".

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Apr 02, 2018

In With the New: the Green Line Fleet is Getting Bigger

CEE Professor Peter Furth was quoted in the Daily Free Press article “In with the new: the Green Line fleet is getting bigger.”

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Mar 19, 2018

Why did Miami bridge collapse? More than one reason likely

CEE Professor Ming Wang was interviewed by NBC News in the article “Why did Miami bridge collapse? More than one reason likely” for the safety systems that should be in place during the installation of new bridges.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Mar 12, 2018

Cutting Edge: Robot Designed to Make Aging Easier

ECE Associate Professor Taskin Padir was interviewed in WCVB's "Cutting Edge: Robot Designed to Make Aging Easier" about how the robot Frasier could help the elderly in their home.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Mar 05, 2018

Highway Breakdown: Unclear Signs, Poor Lines Lead to Confusion on I-95

CEE Professor Peter Furth was interviewed by NECN in the article “Highway Breakdown: Unclear Signs, Poor Lines Lead to Confusion on I-95” for his expertise in traffic safety.

Civil & Environmental Engineering