Bhuvana Krishnaswamy brings Biology into Electrical Engineering
What does a cell phone have in common with a single-celled bacterium?
In terms of cell-to-cell communications, the same theories and algorithms that underpin wireless networks can also describe how microbes interact.
Another Year of Strong Showing from Badgerloop at SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition
Engineers, investors and innovators from around the globe gathered in the Southern California desert on Sunday, July 22, 2018, to test their prototypes for an ultrafast subterranean transportation concept at the 2018 SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition.
2018: A Banner Year for NSF CAREER Awards for College of Engineering Faculty
In 2018, the National Science Foundation named nine promising University of Wisconsin-Madison engineering faculty members recipients of its prestigious Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) awards.
Line Roald is Reshaping the Power Grid for a Renewable Energy Future
It ain’t easy going green.
The energy infrastructure that powers our world was largely built to transmit electricity from traditional sources like coal-fired or nuclear power plants. As more and more electricity comes from renewable sources like solar and wind, however, big changes are necessary to ensure that the grid remains reliable and secure.
Wendy Harris: Distinguished Achievement Award Recipient
We honored Wendy for her industry leadership in healthcare technologies, workforce diversification, and women’s health issues.