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Issue 19 | Autumn 2017

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Demonstrating use of Tissue Nanotransfection

Device heals organs with single touch

A new engineering-medicine collaboration has developed technology that reprograms skin cells into nearly any cell type for treatment within the patient’s own body. The regenerative medicine breakthrough may be used to repair and restore tissue, including organs, blood vessels and nerve cells.
See how it works...

 
     
     
 
President Drake speaking at launch

New program teaches advanced manufacturing and innovation skills

Launched with $3.5 million from the Bernice L. Claugus Engineering Innovation Fund, the new Experiential Education Program is the nation’s first to combine product design, commercialization, manufacturing and business model learning with onsite prototyping capabilities and industry-sponsored R&D projects. Discover what makes it unique...

 
Bill Lowrie

Alum recognized for decades of dedication

Attending Ohio State was a life-changing experience for alumnus Bill Lowrie—one that inspired him to pursue a successful 33-year career in the oil and gas industry. Since graduation, he’s been a dedicated supporter of his alma mater, making a difference for the Buckeye engineers of today and tomorrow. Learn about the prestigious award he’ll soon receive...

 
Engineering Education conference booth

Engineering education leaders come to Columbus

Columbus hosted the 124th American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, bringing more than 4,000 engineering educators to Ohio State’s hometown. The College of Engineering was host sponsor of the conference, the only national gathering of engineering educators across all disciplines. Find out about this year’s conference...

 
 
 
 
 
Airport terminal illustration

Airport modernization cleared for take-off

 
Dean Williams speaking [play video button]

Ohio State: Where engineering comes to life

 
Image of a first place trophy

Engineering student team summer “firsts”

 
 
     
 
Dean Williams

From Dean Williams

A year after being crowned the nation’s Smart City, Ohio State and Columbus are leading the way to finding innovative solutions for mobility. Read about the college’s commitment to solving the mobility issues of the 21st century...

 
     
 

Briefs

 
 

Ohio State sets drone world speed record

Engineering a better screening method for eye disease

Buckeyes bring light to Honduras orphanage

New chairs appointed for two departments

NVIDIA philanthropy helps power supercomputing software

Faculty awards and honors

 
     
 

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