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|Watch: Middle School Teachers Learning at the GRASP Lab|
|During the summer of 2016, the GRASP Lab, including students of MEAM Professor and Nemirovsky Family Dean Vijay Kumar, hosted 10 middle school math and science teachers from the School District of Philadelphia. The teachers spent more than six weeks learning about and conducting research in the field of robotics while developing curriculum that could be applied in their classrooms.|
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|Jordan Raney is Reimagining Materials for 3D Printers|
Working at the intersection of mechanical engineering, physics, materials science and nanoscience, Jordan Raney, Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics, is developing new engineering materials by controlling their structure at multiple length scales simultaneously.
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|Penn Researchers Gain Insight Into a Physical Phenomenon That Leads to Earthquakes|
In a Penn-based project led by Robert Carpick, John Henry Towne Professor and chair in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, and Kaiwen Tian, a graduate student in Physics, researchers seek to understand the friction of rocks from a more physical point of view at the nanoscale.
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|GRASP Team Snags $350,000 in International Robotics Competition|
A team of roboticists from the GRASP Lab, including MEAM Ph.D. student Justin Thomas and MEAM researchers Giuseppe Loianno and Dinesh Thakur, has taken home a $350,000 prize from the Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge in Abu Dhabi.