The Biomedical Engineering Society at the University of Illinois, led by bioengineering senior Jessica Austriaco, recently inspired some chatter with their “Up” inspired talking dog collar. Their invention uses 3-D printed electrodes to read a dogs’ brain signals and translate it into vocal demands for treats and walks. Find out how here.
It’s late April 2019, so I KNOW that the most pressing question in your mind about what’s going on in the Marvel Universe is: “Could Toby McGuire’s Spider Man from the 2004 movie Spider-Man 2 REALLY have stopped that train?!” Watch this Nerdist video to find out.
Introducing the ASEE student chapter from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez! These students have formed a robust and excited group with many outreach activities at varying levels and foci in engineering.