CU Boulder researcher Sean Humbert and collaborators engaged in the first of three DARPA subterranean challenges. They sent drones on a mock search and rescue operation down miles of NIOSH Coal Mine steam tunnels in Pittsburgh.
Associate Professor Mark Rentschler and his colleagues are integrating technology used in autonomous automobiles to provide ingestible devices with the intelligence they need to navigate the GI tract on their own. His work was featured recently by ASME.
Students will present findings from the Summer Program for Undergraduate Research Thursday and Friday in the Gallogly DLC Collaboratory. These final presentations sum up the students’ work over the summer in various labs.
A year and a half after starting the company, CU Boulder startup ShineOn has grown to five employees and is preparing to launch its first product, a light that shines on cyclists and provides increased safety and visibility.
CU Boulder researchers Rong Long and Mark Rentschler have developed a new technique to study friction between soft materials like those inside the body, paving the way for improvements to medical devices used by millions each year.
Materials scientists and industry professionals honored the career of flash-sintering pioneer and mechanical engineering professor Rishi Raj on July 19. Former students Rajendra Bordia and Venkatraman Gopalan spoke of lessons they had learned from him.
Svenja Knappe and Jun Ye presented in the Quantum category as part of the 2019 AeroSpace Ventures Day: Research Blitz which focused on aerospace and defense research topics. Watch full videos of each of their talks.