Remember how bluebirds helped Snow White tidy up an abandoned cottage in the Disney classic? Meet Spider Drone, a quadcopter that weaves structures out of steel cables and can operate at heights unreachable by ordinary building equipment.
Many girls like to dance. Code? Not so much. That could change if Clemson University researcher Shaundra Daily’s choreography software catches on. It lets girls program a virtual 3-D dancer’s movements based on movements they themselves make.
Who says TV rots your brain? Not these Olin College of Engineering freshmen, whose #Hashtag Glove was inspired by a Jimmy Fallon late-night comedy skit.
Ruth Tie was born and raised in Southeast Asia, where professionals such as doctors and engineers are in high demand. Here’s why she decided to study electrical engineering at the University of British Columbia in Canada.
Their human-powered helicopter hovered into the history books and won the American Helicopter Society’s $1 million Sikorsky prize. Now, a team of University of Toronto engineering students and graduates aims to design the world’s fastest human-powered bicycle.