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Real-World Engineering

The Yale chapter of Engineers Without Borders USA is putting classroom lessons to the test with projects like water infrastructure improvements in Tanzania.

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New RNA Insights

Yale researchers have developed a technology that sheds light on the workings responsible for differences between individual cells - a breakthrough that could lead to new insights about cancer development.

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Transforming Enterprise Technology

Computer science professor Julie Dorsey is one of two winners of the first Female Founders Competition organized by M12, the investment arm of Microsoft. The competition focused on companies transforming enterprise tech.

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Age: Just a Number?

In anticipation of the Super Bowl, we asked Yale researchers: Does age matter? And if so, how?

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Molding Metal at the Nanoscale

Yale engineers have developed a process that allows manufacturers to essentially shape any metal and alloy and replicate even the smallest details.

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Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science

Faculty Spotlight
Jan Schroers
Professor of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science

Jan Schroers's research areas include micro & nano Replication, MEMS materials & processes, amorphous metallic foams, bulk metallic glasses, bio-medical applications, net-shaping processing methods incorporating a wide range of length scales, and thermo plastic forming. The Schroers Lab is concerned with materials and their structure-processing-property relationship.