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Drexel Engineering Students Receive the Koerner Family Awards

November 24, 2015

The Koerner Family Awards for Graduate Students in the College of Engineering supports the research of Drexel Engineering graduate students. Founded by Robert M. Koerner, Ph.D. (’56, ’63) and his wife Paula Koerner, the awards fund allows graduate students to continue to pursue their research in electrical, chemical, mechanical, environmental, and biomedical engineering. Eight CoE students and two students working with faculty in the A.J. Drexel Institute for Energy and the Environment (IExE) received Koerner awards this year.... Read More »

Drexel Construction Management Teams Win First Place at Competition

November 23, 2015

Two teams of students from the Drexel University Construction Management Program traveled to Morristown, NJ on November 12-14th to participate in the Region 1 Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) competition. They returned with two first place finishes in a highly competitive field and ushered in a new era of Drexel dominance at the competition. ... Read More »

Bioprinting Stem Cell 'Building Blocks'

November 20, 2015

Using a special designed extrusion printer he created to squeeze out a mixture of hydrogel and stem cells, Wei Sun, PhD , Albert Soffa chair professor in Drexel’s College of Engineering , is making strides toward rapid prototyping the building blocks of life. His process, which was recently published in Biofabrication gives scientists a head start at growing living three-dimensional tissues and could one day be used to create micro-organs for research purposes.... Read More »

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Holding Out Hope Spotlight

When Michael Koerner ’17, a third-year biomedical engineering student, developed a haptic glove as part of a freshman engineering design contest two years ago, he hoped the glove could help people who have lost their ability to grip.

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