WSU and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of River Protection collaborate to train students to solve critical environmental challenges in nuclear waste clean-up.
Life-size ‘Operation’ game provides students with real-word learning experience.
The WSU associate professor was recognized by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers for his reputation and service in his field.
Scott Crump, co‑founder of the 3D‑printing company, Stratasys, will speak on “Adventures in Disruption: Inventing the First 3D Printer” on Feb. 2 at WSU Pullman and Feb. 3 at WSU Tri‑Cities.
The team is one of 20 from throughout the country to receive the $75,000 prize from the U.S. Department of Energy. The award makes them eligible for the second phase of the $5.1 million competition.
Two insect-like robots, a mini-bug and a water strider, developed at WSU, are the smallest, lightest, and fastest fully functional micro-robots ever known to be created.
WSU researchers have taken the first steps toward finding liquid solvents that may someday help extract critical building materials from lunar and Martian-rock dust, an important piece in making long-term space travel possible.
Seeing robots made with soft, flexible parts in action appears to lower people’s anxiety about working with them or even being replaced by them, according to a WSU study.
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