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Propel your career forward as an expert in your field. Drexel is home to top-ranked graduate and certificate programs for engineers. Find out more at an upcoming info session.

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Grow into an expert that can ideate, design, develop, test, and debug the applications of IoT technology.

Introducing the MS in the Internet of Things

Grow into an expert that can ideate, design, develop, test, and debug the applications of IoT technology.

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For the better part of a decade, researchers and students from Drexel University’s College of Engineering have been collaborating with governmental and non-governmental partners in Camden, New Jersey and Philadelphia’s Eastwick neighborhood on the development of tools and strategies to reduce flooding.

Working Together Towards a Climate-Resilient Future

For the better part of a decade, researchers and students from Drexel University’s College of Engineering have been collaborating with governmental and non-governmental partners in Camden, New Jersey and Philadelphia’s Eastwick neighborhood on the development of tools and strategies to reduce flooding.

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Inspired by the thematic goals of our strategic plan, this magazine and website highlights research from across the College of Engineering.

Dragon Discoveries

Inspired by the thematic goals of our strategic plan, this magazine and website highlights research from across the College of Engineering.

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  • Mapping the Surfaces of MXenes Atom by Atom Reveals New Potential for the 2D Materials

    In the decade since their discovery at Drexel University, the family of two-dimensional materials called MXenes has shown a great deal of promise for applications ranging from water desalination and energy storage to electromagnetic shielding and telecommunications, among others. While researchers have long speculated about the genesis of their versatility, a recent study led by Drexel and the University of California, Los Angeles, has provided the first clear look at the surface chemical structure foundational to MXenes’ capabilities.

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