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SMU nanotechnology expert MinJun Kim and his team have developed a faster, more precise way that could pave the way for innovative medical therapies and advancements to be created using gene therapy – a technique that utilizes harmless viruses to modify a person’s genes to treat or cure disease.

June 13, 2024

FBI Dallas Special Agent in Charge Chad Yarbrough and SMU Vice Provost for Research and Chief Innovation Officer Dr. Suku Nair announced their plans to exchange resources and information with components of the Texoma Semiconductor Tech Hub (TSTH), an economic and workforce development consortium led by SMU.

April 11, 2024

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded SMU engineering professor Digvijay Boob a five-year CAREER grant to pioneer quicker, streamlined solutions that could speed up how AI learns from data to make predictions and decisions.

March 14, 2024

The SMU Hart Center for Engineering Leadership hosted an expert panel of speakers on the impact of generative AI and the role of engineering leaders in this space. Read the top takeaways from their advice to SMU Lyle students.

March 05, 2024

The O’Donnell Foundation advances SMU’s digital future with a $30 million gift to name and endow SMU’s data science institute and support engineering excellence.

August 30, 2023

SMU Lyle alumnus Noah Bartos (’18) works as the technical program manager for Project Kuiper, a satellite broadband network in development at Amazon. Noah's passion for engineering began with high school robotics and flourished during his time at SMU Lyle, where he majored in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics before entering the master’s program in Systems Engineering.

May 16, 2023