With a $20 million grant, the National Science Foundation has established the Louisiana Material Design Alliance, which brings five Louisiana universities together to design complex alloys and polymers for 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing.
Jihun Hamm, an associate professor of computer science, is representing Tulane University in the alliance. The other universities in the alliance are LSU, Louisiana Tech, Southern University and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
XAVIER UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA: With eight spring 2020 graduates receiving master’s degrees in public health, Xavier University of Louisiana becomes the first HBCU in the state to offer the program. Xavier’s MPH graduates are prepared to apply principles of health equity to address the needs of populations most burdened by health disparities. SMALL BUSINESS GROWTH ACADEMY: Delgado […]
A team of researchers from the University of Maryland has 3D printed a soft robotic hand that is agile enough to play...