The intent of the project was to create a radio telescope capable of mapping hydrogen in the galaxy and teaching young, aspiring astronomers how different (non-optical) types of telescopes are constructed.
The Behrend College worked with a Knowledge Park partner in an Open Laboratory Environment to develop the physical practitioner interface of a device designed to use ultrasonic technology to remove plaque buildup in patients susceptible to stroke.
The goal of this project is to improve perioperative flow in hospitals by creating an app that will update a specific surgical patient’s healthcare providers of their status and location in the hospital throughout their stay and operation.
The challenge was to design and deploy a software application (they named Buzzle) capable of identifying and distinguishing man-made objects (like a cube, a sphere or a cylinder) from normal topography objects like rocks and trees.
This design project focuses on the design and fabrication of the first point-of-use microfluidic device capable of electrochemical detection and quantification of arsenic levels in groundwater sources.
Each year for the past five years, sophomore engineering students at James Madison University work to design and build human-powered vehicles for a community member with needs very different from their own as a result of cerebral palsy.