Efficient painting method reaches nooks and crannies Rutgers engineers have created a highly effective way to paint complex 3D-printed objects, such as lightweight frames for aircraft and biomedical stents, that could save manufacturers time and money and provide new opportunities to create “smart skins” for printed parts. The findings are published in the journal ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces.
April 28, 2020
April 23, 2020
Schools across the university are collaborating to create face shields and intubation boxes April 21, 2020 Faculty, students and staff across Rutgers are coming together to produce face shields and intubation boxes with off-the-shelf materials to help relieve the PPE shortage at area hospitals as a worldwide shortage of such lifesaving equipment continues.
April 22, 2020
Onur Bilgen (main PI) and Laurent Burlion (co-PI), assistant professors in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, were recently awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E).
April 17, 2020
“Try to be as involved as you can: try to find your own community, space, or organization where you can be yourself and grow and develop as a person.” – Daniela Cruz Daniela Cruz is a junior from Bound Brook, New Jersey who is studying packaging engineering. She is gaining invaluable pre-professional experience in her field through a semester-long co-op. While her first was with Mondelēz International in New Jersey, she is currently completing her second co-op internship in California, working for Johnson & Johnson.
March 29, 2020
“Great guidance isn’t always what you want to hear, but what you need to hear.” –Peter Christian
March 23, 2020
Tiny device could help professionals diagnose and fight deadly infections March 23, 2020 Engineers have created a tiny device that can rapidly detect harmful bacteria in blood, allowing health care professionals to pinpoint the cause of potentially deadly infections and fight them with drugs.
March 6, 2020
National Engineers Week is big deal at the School of Engineering. Students get to both celebrate and show off what makes their field of study so special. First celebrated in 1951, National Engineers Week is dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers. At Rutgers, EWeek is a chance to come together as a community with fun events and some friendly competition. Some highlights of the week:
March 5, 2020
“Relationships are king. Take seriously the opportunities Rutgers affords you not only to learn your discipline, but also to develop deep relationships with teachers and colleagues. The social capital you develop now will create the foundation for your future. Relationships are king.”
February 17, 2020
This academic year, all entering School of Engineering students are required to take Engineering Economics, a 3-credit semester-long course taught by industrial and systems engineering (ISE) assistant teaching professor Elin Wicks. For Wicks, the course is essential preparation for future success. “I want to give my students the ability and confidence to learn, adapt, and contribute when they get into the workforce,” she said.
February 10, 2020
First clinical trial of an automated blood drawing and testing device February 5, 2020 In the future, robots could take blood samples, benefiting patients and healthcare workers alike. A Rutgers-led team has created a blood-sampling robot that performed as well or better than people, according to the first human clinical trial of an automated blood drawing and testing device. The device provides quick results and would allow healthcare professionals to spend more time treating patients in hospitals and other settings.