Recent News

  • 11/19/2014

    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    Yale medical device startup 109 Design is looking to roll out their first 100 brace-tracking devices by the end of the year. The team was just awarded $100,000 from the ...

  • 11/18/2014

    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    At Yale, student entrepreneurs aren’t just brainstorming new products and reshaping existing services. They’re saving infants’ lives with tiny, high-tech necklaces.

  • 11/13/2014

    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    Seven seniors and thirteen juniors are the newest members of Yale's chapter of Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honor society. The new members were inducted during a ceremony on...

  • 11/10/2014

    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    Several hours into HackingHealth@Yale, on a rainy Saturday in October, scrums of students were scattered about Davies Auditorium at the School of Engineering, furiously thinking out loud.

  • 11/07/2014

    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    For Yale’s junior and senior engineering majors, community is a warm hooded sweatshirt. Students wear the high quality hoodies—dark blue and emblazoned with the SEAS shield—around campus as...

  • 10/27/2014

    Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering

    3Derm Systems and Fluid-Screen, both biotech startups founded at the Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science, have been selected as finalists in the 2014 MassChallenge Awards competition...

  • 10/18/2014

    Electrical Engineering

    Yale engineers have developed a chip-scale device that uses the wave-particle duality of single photons to sense the presence of an object without interacting with it, a technique known as “...

  • 10/13/2014

    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    On Friday, undergraduate Selin Isgüven '15 entered the Hacking Health @ Yale without a team, a project or any inkling of what health care problem she was going to hack. But by Sunday evening, her...

  • 10/08/2014

    Electrical Engineering

    Yale engineers have developed a hybrid system that strongly couples magnons—the smallest unit of measurement for a magnetic spin excitation—with microwave photons. According to the researchers,...

  • 10/07/2014

    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    Last week, associate professor of electrical engineering...

  • 10/05/2014

    Electrical Engineering

    Minjoo Larry Lee is an associate professor of electrical engineering at the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science. He recently won a $2.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy'...

  • 10/01/2014

    Electrical Engineering

    T.P. Ma, the Raymond John Wean Professor of Electrical Engineering & Applied Physics, has...

  • 09/19/2014

    Electrical Engineering

    One day in the late 1990s, Nicholas Christakis '84 was on the South Side of Chicago visiting a woman who had Alzheimer's disease. Christakis was then a young physician and social scientist at the...

  • 09/18/2014

    Electrical Engineering

    Associate professor of electrical engineering Minjoo Larry Lee has been awarded $2,540,000 to develop dual-junction solar cells that can operate efficiently at extreme temperatures above 750...

  • 09/09/2014

    Biomedical Engineering, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

    Blood banks, stethoscopes, and dialysis machines are all the result of doctors who were dissatisfied with the technology available to them. Doctors and nurses continue to think about how they can...