The startups Boston Materials and Mobile Pixels, both started by members of the COE community, both won the MassChallenge Boston, which is a global business accelerator program for companies in the early stages of development.
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October 16, 2018
May 3, 2017
Congratulations to all the winners of the faculty and staff awards, and to everyone for their hard work and dedication during the 2016-2017 academic school year. Faculty Fellow Edward Beighley, CEE...
November 3, 2016
3DFortify founded by MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb & PhD student Josh Martin selected as a $50K Gold prize winner and QSM Diagnostics founded by ChE Associate Professor Edgar Goluch awarded silver prize winner in the MassChallenge.
October 14, 2016
3DFortify founded by MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb & PhD student Josh Martin and QSM Diagnostics founded by ChE Associate Professor Edgar Goluch were selected as MassChallenge finalists.
September 6, 2016
MIE Assistant Professor Randy Erb's work on Lithium Ion Batteries and his recent Nature Energy publication were featured in Physics Today . Randy, the head of the DAPS Lab, and his graduate...
July 12, 2016
MIE Assistant Professor Randy Erb, head of the DAPS Lab, and his graduate student Anvesh Gurijala, along with researchers from MIT, published their work in Nature Energy this week on "High-...
April 7, 2016
MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb and DAPS Lab have published a Feature Article in Advanced Functional Materials entitled "Actuating Soft Matter with Magnetic Torque".
November 23, 2015
At the Materials Research Society Fall Meeting in Boston, Northeastern featured a record 72 talks and posters. Poster Title Presenter Advisor 3D Magnetic Printing of Discontinuous Fiber Composites...
November 10, 2015
MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb was featured in Nature Communications for his article on "Designing bioinspired composite reinforcement architectures via 3D magnetic printing".
October 29, 2015
MIE Assistant Professor Randall Erb & Joshua Martin, PhD '17, developed an innovative 3-D printing technology to revolutionize important biomedical equipment, enhancing treatment for everyone from premature babies to patients needing implants.