Columbia Engineering News
Contains the top 25 News ites from the Columbia Engineering Web site.
Updated: 7 years 14 weeks ago
What do tooth extraction and climate change have in common? They both involve laughing gas.
Biomedical Engineering’s Helen H. Lu has received the nation’s highest honor for young scientists.
A team of graduate students won a major prize for its computer game for children with autism.
SEAS hosted a rare convergence of two international groups of colloid and surface scientists in late June.
SLICE delivers technology training and job placement for adult members of the local community.
Biot taught, conducted research, and published many significant papers while at SEAS from 1937-1946.
Robert M. Bakish spoke on the use of local resources and cutting-edge technology in a global business model.
Engineers Without Borders wins an EPA grant to install jatropha-oil engines in Uganda.
Watch a photo gallery of NASA astronaut Michael Massimino with Columbia mementos in space.
The grant enables the team to continue research on improving detection and treatment of tumors.
SEAS’s Center for Computational Learning Systems is deciphering brain waves to predict epileptic seizures.
Ursula Burns MS’82 will take the helm of Xerox as CEO on July 1, succeeding Anne M. Mulcahy.
After a successful mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope, Atlantis lands safely in California.
One SEAS professor and one SEAS alumnus received awards at the Columbia University Commencement.
James F. Albaugh, the executive vice president at The Boeing Company, delivered the keynote address.
Feniosky Peña-Mora talks on camera about what attracted him to Columbia University and SEAS.
Columbia will share a five-year, $7.5 million grant to investigate the unique properties of graphene.
Aron Pinczuk has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.