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Brittany Coats: Understanding Brain Injury

Each year, approximately 1,300 children in the U.S. are victims of severe or fatal head trauma from child abuse such as shaken baby syndrome, according to the National Institutes of Health. For many, the diagnosis comes too late — a child can go to a hospital several times before a doctor realizes the infant was a victim of abuse….

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M.E. News

Utah Robotics Center Launches

Utah Robotics Center Launches

From the Utah/MIT Dextrous Hand to the Sarcos Treadport, the University of Utah is renowned for its research in robotics. And work in this high-tech[...]

Five Open Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

Five Open Tenure-Track Faculty Positions

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Utah invites applications for five tenure-track positions at the assistant or associate rank with a Fall[...]

Smart Helmet Protects Players from Concussions

Smart Helmet Protects Players from Concussions

KSL: SALT LAKE CITY — Football is a high-risk sport, and no one knows better than Jordan High School wide receiver Jackson Bolingbroke who suffered a c[...]

Announcements

Design Day April 21

Design Day April 21

This week on Thursday, April 21, is the traditional Mechanical Engineering Show-and-Tell Design Day. Held at the U Student Union Building, the main focus is the[...]

Distinguished Seminar: Jay D. Humphrey, Ph.D.

Distinguished Seminar: Jay D. Humphrey, Ph.D.

Mechanical and Mechanobiological Factors in Aneurysm Progression Friday, January 15, 3:00 pm Sidney & Marian Green Classroom (3550 MEK) Reception to follow at 4:00 pm Jay D. Humphrey, Ph.D. Professor[...]

ME Student Awarded NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship (NSTRF)

ME Student Awarded NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship (NSTRF)

 University of Utah mechanical engineering  Ph.D. candidate, John Greenhall, advised by mechanical engineering assistant professor Bart Raeymaekers, received a 2015 NASA Space Technology Research Fellowship ([...]