Professor Rajat Mittal Speaks to The New Yorker about Flows in Relation to the Butterfly Stroke

Prof. Rajat Mittal speaks about the mechanics & physics of complex flows as they apply to the most challenging of swimming strokes, the butterfly.

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Up Close & Personal: Evaluating the Mechanics of Cancerous Cells

Professor Yun Chen and her Lab of Mechanochemistry And Functional Imaging Applications are developing imaging methods to look at the anatomy of cancer cells and to measure their mechanical properties.

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Students Showcase Robots that Fly, Swim, Fetch, and Drive

Students in Prof. Louis Whitcomb's graduate-level Robot Systems Programming course showcase their knowledge with their end-of-year projects.

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A Farewell to Andrea

We take a look back on Professor Andrea Prosperetti's 31-year career here at Johns Hopkins University and wish him well as he continues his academic journey at the University of Houston.

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Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

We are proud to announce the names of the graduates who received their degrees this spring.

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Prof. Rajat Mittal Studies Crickets’ Aerial Acrobatics in Hopes of Building Better Robots

Research hopes to help to pave the way for a new generation of small but skillful jumping robots.

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Maneuvering the Terrain: Professor Chen Li Explores Relationship Between Biology and Robotics

Research in terradynamics used to develop mobile robots that can better move through cluttered areas.

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2016 Senior Design Day

Mechanical Engineering's annual exhibition gives students a chance to show off creative, practical solutions to real-world problems.

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