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Drexel Engineering students and alumni successfully break the 100cc 2-stroke motorcycle world land speed record
A team of undergraduates designed a stackable, omni-wheeled robot, dubbed “THOR,”, that placed third out of 54 teams at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers design competition.
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In a perfect world, blood vessels would run straight as freeways, channeling blood consistently and efficiently through the human body. Instead, they switch directions or branch off like country paths as they wend through the circulatory system, and each of those junctures impacts blood flow. In turn, blood flow impacts, among other things, the way glucose is metabolized in vascular cells, with implications for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and other vascular pathologies. Scientists don’t know exactly why this occurs.
Congratulations to David Hartman, an MEM graduate student, for being awarded the prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to support his PhD study at Drexel in "Robust and Optimal Distributed Control of Unmanned Aircraft Multiagent Systems."