• Samuel Acuna Presentation

    Graduate Research Presentation

    Current University of Wisconsin PhD student and former BYU Mechanical Engineering undergraduate, Samuel Acuña, will be giving a presentation on Non-Invasive Neuromodulation on Tuesday, May 30th.

  • Supermileage in Detroit

    1,700 Miles to the Gallon

    BYU Mechanical Engineering students have created a road-ready vehicle that can travel 1,700 on a single gallon of gas! Click to read more.

  • Origami and NASA Technology

    Origami Revolutionizes NASA Technology

    NASA technologist, Vivek Dwivedi, teams up with BYU researchers, Brian Iverson, Matthew Jones and doctoral student Rydge Mulford to develop a more advanced radiator. 

  • Dr. Johnson of the ME Department

    Training Computers, Helping Humans

    Computer science’s Ryan Farrell and David Wingate and mechanical engineering’s Oliver Johnson are all exploring the intersections of human and computer learning, hoping to expand the frontiers of both.

  • Mechanical Engineering Students

    Mechanical Engineering Students Excel at 3MT Competition

    Mechanical Engineering students, Jared Butler and Kim Stevens, won the department and college level 3MT competitions at BYU. Butler went on to achieve 3rd place in the University-level competition. 

  • BYU Grad

    BYU Grad: Finding and Feeding a Passion

    President of BYU's Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Amy Briggs, finds her passion through mechanical engineering.

May 2017


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