Engineering research fair highlights robust undergraduate research opportunities

Students flocked to engineering research fair to explore a wealth of opportunities in fields ranging from nanomedicine and environmental health to magnetic sensing and machine learning. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University A com­puter system that enables people in wheel­chairs to turn left or right with their minds. Pens to help people with Parkinson’s dis­ease steady their hand­writing. Robots that test the strength of steel girders. These are just three of the seem­ingly end­less research oppor­tu­ni­ties for North­eastern under­grad­u­ates that were on dis­play Monday evening at the Col­lege of Engi­neering’s Under­grad­uate Lab Fair. Some 550 stu­dents, packed wall-​​to-​​wall in the Curry Stu­dent Center Indoor Quad, eagerly engaged with fac­ulty, research sci­en­tists, and fellow stu­dents rep­re­senting nearly 30 labs to learn about projects cov­ering fields from nanomed­i­cine to envi­ron­mental health, mag­netic sensing to…

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