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Sitti’s paper on shape-programmable magnetic soft matter published ...

Soft devices are increasingly important to fields like robotics, biomedical engineering, and smart materials. But there is still a lot of work to be done to improve materials for ... Read More »

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Microfabrica's tiny revolution, Michael Belfiore blog

MechE student Vinayak Kedlaya designs air treatment system for Tesla, College of Engineering feature

Rapid fabrication of soft, multilayered electronics for wearable bio-monitoring
, Advanced Functional Materials

Millions of used electric car batteries will help store energy for the gridVox 

Exercising your options, Carnegie Mellon Today

 






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