The University of Rhode Island College of Engineering’s Innovations showcases the college’s diverse community of scholars undertaking 21st-century research and learning.
Researchers develop a hand-held device that tests blood for diseases and sends the results to a smartphone.
Engineering professors apply nanotechnology to cleaning up catastrophic oceanic oil spills.
Engineering alumnus Jim Cafone (B.S. ’88, M.S. ’90) manages a supply chain that delivers life-saving medications to the four corners of the Earth.
Biomedical engineering student Brittany Alphonse dreams of becoming a force for good.
Professor Keunhan “Kay” Park believes every research equation holds two parts: the solution and the sharing of the solution.
The college welcomes the Class of 2016, Professors Haibo He and Steven Kay improve military intelligence, the National Society of Black Engineers hosts a regional conference and more.
Dean Raymond M. Wright invites you to learn how the college advances society in unexpected ways.