News & Events

Flagellated Swimming Microrobots May Have Medical and Fluidic

Lyle Professor Min Jun Kim’s research is making improvements that can open the door to potential targeted drug delivery and fluid sensing applications.

Beaumont Boy with Rare Condition to Get Robotic Arm

A rare polio-like illness left Braden Scott paralyzed, and now Dr. Edmond Richer, a professor of mechanical engineering and his team have developed a robotic arm to help with his recovery.

Lyle Professor Ali Beskok Named the Brown Foundation, Inc. Professor of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Professor Ali Beskok has been appointed The Brown Foundation, Inc. Professor of Engineering, which recognizes and rewards a Lyle faculty member who has demonstrated excellence in teaching, research and service.