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Improving Medical Technology

A new interdisciplinary Yale center aims to spur medical device innovation.

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Engineering How Cells Respond

Surfaces covered with patterns of metallic glass nanorods can manipulate immune cell response and lower medical implant rejection rates.

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Yale professor Makes
the Case for Supercool Metals

Jan Schroers has developed some unique uses for metallic glasses, a particularly tough metallic alloy that can be molded into useful products like cell phone cases.

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Undergraduate Inventors Win First Place at BMEStart Competition

The Yale team’s transportation system has the potential to greatly improve the success rate of intestine transplants.

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Immune Cells get Cancer-Fighting Boost from Nanomaterials

Engineers have developed a novel cancer immunotherapy that rapidly grows and enhances a patient’s immune cells outside the body using carbon nanotube-polymer composites.

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Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science

Faculty Spotlight
Aaron Dollar
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science

Aaron Dollar's research is centered in robotics, mechatronics, robotic grasping and manipulation. He is the director of the Yale GRAB Lab, which conducts research into robot manipulation and biorobotic systems. Dollar is also the editor and co-founder of RoboticsCourseWare.org, an open repository for robotics pedagogical materials.