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Auburn Engineers are responding to a crisis facing the United States – the country's need for digital forensic experts – and are tackling head on the challenge of keeping our information safe and secure
Engineers are looking at human factors that contribute to recent unmanned aerial vehicle crashes during landing by simulating extended UAV missions using a fixed-base flight simulator built at Auburn
Auburn Engineering's new automotive manufacturing systems laboratory is the first of its kind in the country — Legos are being used to design and build three vehicles at a rate of 70 cars per hour
Elizabeth Lipke, an assistant professor in Auburn University’s Department of Chemical Engineering, has received a $400,000 grant through the National Science Foundation’s prestigious Faculty Early CAREER Development Program for her research designing engineered cardiac tissue and developing cardiac regeneration techniques.
Last Updated: Mar. 12, 2013