Dinos Mavroidis, Distinguished Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, and his team are developing computer software to simulate cancer drug delivery, guided by the force of a magnetic field.
Northeastern researchers are developing the world’s smallest actuator for use in advanced NASA technologies as well as everyday household robotics.
Constantinos Mavroidis, Distinguished Professor of Engineering, discusses the impact 3-D printing will have on the biomedical field. His lab is already using the technology to print smart, customized orthotic devices.
A group of undergraduate researchers developed a robotic system to help people with ankle injuries regain both strength and balance.
From brain computer interfaces to gyroscopes, the next generation of healthcare technologies have something for everyone — and they’re being developed in Northeastern labs.
Robots that can perform tasks that save time or money can provide new opportunities for entrepreneurs.
The College of Engineering is hosting the National Science Foundation’s annual Engineering Research and Innovation Conference, which will focus on transforming the field through the formation of robust partnerships.
Student-researchers have created a post-stroke rehabilitation glove designed to improve cognitive ability to complete everyday tasks such as picking up a glass.
Engineering and graphic design seniors at Northeastern have developed a shirt equipped with sensors that sync with an Android app and website to bring an electronic advantage to exercise.
Northeastern researchers to develop new sensors for customizable devices designed to help doctors measure progress of physical therapy patients.
School of Technological Entrepreneurship’s i-Cubator projects combine two of Northeastern’s hallmarks: experiential learning and entrepreneurial endeavor
All-time high in participation, as students and faculty present their research solutions to global challenges, including energy, clean water and driver safety
In capstone project, mechanical engineering students apply innovative and collaborative skills to create a rehab glove that stroke patients can use at home
Breakthrough robotic technology from Northeastern University has once again received funding from the National Science Foundation. Two inventions for stroke rehabilitation by engineering professor Constantinos Mavroidis and his team will … read more »
Northeastern University and WGI, Inc. Sign R&D and License Agreement for Electro-Rheological Fluid (ERF) Technology
Products Based on Northeastern Professor’s Breakthrough Invention Will Hit the Market as a Result of the Agreement (5–21–07) Boston, Mass. – Northeastern University and WGI, Inc., a Massachusetts-based leading supplier … read more »