Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering

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Researchers Develop Wireless Monitoring to Detect Sleep Apnea at Home News Michael Hagearty 2023-06-09
Georgia Tech-Europe Faculty Recognized for Excellence in Teaching in 2022 News Andrea Gappell 2023-02-16
IHE-LeaD: New Fellowship Aims to Accelerate Translation of Scientific Discoveries in Health, Environment into Community-Facing Solutions News Renay San Miguel 2022-09-09
Meet Steven Sheffield, Mentor for Students News Victor Rogers 2020-08-24
Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering Seminar: Micro/nano Joining Technologies for Next-gen Heterogeneous Integration - Dr. Vanessa Smet; Packaging Research Center at Georgia Tech Event Christa Ernst 2019-03-11
Spring 2017 Georgia Tech Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology (IEN) Seed Grant Program Winners Announced News Christa Ernst 2017-05-16
Why create a model of mammal defecation? Because everyone poops External News Renay San Miguel 2017-05-12
Healthy Mammals Poop in 19 Seconds or Less External News Renay San Miguel 2017-05-03
Why it takes you and an elephant the same amount of time to poop External News Renay San Miguel 2017-04-28
All mammals big or small take about 12 seconds to defecate External News Renay San Miguel 2017-04-28
An Overwhelmingly Positive Response to The Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology's (IEN) Technical Short Courses Leads to Future Offerings News Christa Ernst 2015-12-02
In the Classroom with Bill Singhose News Kristen Bailey 2015-09-14
Molecular “hats” allow in vivo activation of disguised signaling peptides News John Toon 2014-12-13
Heat-Conducting Polymer Cools Hot Electronic Devices at 200 Degrees C News John Toon 2014-03-30
Grant Funds Development of Improved Nanoscale Additive Manufacturing News John Toon 2013-10-21