The Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics at Drexel University is actively engaged in vibrant research initiatives to advance the science and practice of mechanical engineering. We are proud to be at the forefront in areas such as MEMs (MicroElectroMechanical Systems), plasma science, nanotechnology and manufacturing, micro/nanofluidics, bio-mechanics, bio-fluids, bio-inspired design, smart materials, combustion, fuel cells, alternative energy system, composite materials, robotics, computer integrated manufacturing, and satellite engineering.
Dr. Josh Agar: A Platform for Accessible Data-Intensive Science and Engineering
Dr. Sorin Seigler and Dr. Ahmad Najafi: "A porous swelling copolymeric material for improved implantfixation to bone" published in Journal of Biomedical Materials
A diagram from Dr. Wei Sun's article in Nature Reviews Immunology, which reviews recent developments in the field of immuno-oncology models, discussing limitations of existing immunotherapies, the construction of vitro 3D immuno-oncology models using various technologies, and the application of these models for recapitulating the cancer–immunity cycle as well as for assessing and improving immunotherapies for solid tumors.
The Faculty Research Guide gives information on the research topics in which our faculty are involved.
The Laboratories page gives information on each of the laboratories in our department.