Origami Inspires Tiny Medical Devices

Professors Larry Howell and Spencer Magelby have crafted the idea of using origami in engineering.

Professors Howell and Magelby, along with Professor Brian Jensen and their students, are currently putting their origami skills to good use in creating medical devices for intricate procedures. The Mechanical Engineering Department partnered with Intuitive Surgical to learn what can be improved upon concerning current surgical tools. The ME Department has…

3MT 2016- Kendall Thacker

Kendall Thacker presents at the 2016 3MT competition at Brigham Young University. He finished in first place.

3MT 2016- Jared Bruton (March 3, 2016)
3MT 2016- Jared Bruton

Jared Bruton presents at the 2016 3MT competition at Brigham Young University.

3MT 2016- Eric Tingey (March 3, 2016)
3MT 2016- Eric Tingey

Eric Tingey presents at the 2016 3MT competition at Brigham Young University.

3MT 2016- Cory Newton (March 3, 2016)
3MT 2016- Cory Newton

Cory Newton presents at the 2016 3MT competition at Brigham Young University.

3MT 2016- Aubrie Glenn (March 3, 2016)
3MT 2016- Aubrie Glenn

Aubrie Glenn presents at the 2016 3MT competition at Brigham Young University.

3MT 2016- Nathan Pehrson (March 3, 2016)
3MT 2016- Nathan Pehrson

Nathan Pehrson presents at the 2016 3MT competition at Brigham Young University.

3MT 2016- Nicholas Whipple

Nicholas Whipple presents at the 2016 3MT competition at Brigham Young University.

3MT 2016- Jackie Monroe (March 3, 2016)
3MT 2016- Jackie Monroe

Jackie Monroe presents at the 2016 3MT competition at Brigham Young University.

3MT 2016- Matthew Wald (March 3, 2016)
3MT 2016- Matthew Wald

Matthew Wald presents at the 2016 3MT competition at Brigham Young University.