School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Magazine 2019
Kory O’Connor with race car
School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Washington State University
May 2019

Gozen receives NSF career award

Arda Gozen will use the five-year, $500,000 grant to improve manufacturing methods of plastic nanocomposites.
Read more about Arda Gozen.

Separation technique for reduced emissions

WSU researchers have developed a way to separate carbon dioxide out of industrial processes—a key to reducing emissions that contribute to global warming.
Read more about carbon capture innovation.

Improving flexible sensors

WSU researchers are using nanomaterials and a special type of plastic for 3D printing of sensors.
Read more about using sensors in robotics.

Eco-friendly shipping

Konstantin Matveev is using ideas from the movement of dolphins to solve energy efficiency challenges of ocean going ships.
Read more about shipping.

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