Their winning design in the category of “Advancement in Protective Equipment,” involves a new way of manufacturing material built from liquid-crystal elastomers that lend themselves well to being used as helmet padding.
The Wyoming Motorsports club is hoping to use skills learned in the classroom in a real–life, hands on learning situation to build an electric formula race car and enter it in the Society of Automotive Engineers’ Formula Hybrid competition in 2019 in Loudon, New Hampshire.
Brett Drake, a graduate of UW’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, won the Nike Ease Challenge, a contest to see who could produce the most innovative sneaker designs for athletes of all abilities.
Smart Ideas come to life (almost) with Legos and Robots at the Fifth Annual F.I.R.S.T Lego League Competition this Friday. The event challenges kids to research and create. This year they explore the cutting-edge world of Biomedical Engineering with the theme; "Body Forward:Engineering Meets…