Searching for solutions to America's infrastructure problem
Infrastructure—like roads, bridges, dams and airports—form the backbone of society and are essential to economic development.
Breaking into top tier in NASA’s Break the Ice Lunar Challenge
SDSU engineering students are competing against the best of all possible competition to build a product to operate in the worst of all possible conditions.
Project Jack Drop / Turning a great idea into a workable product
Project Jack Drop is tethering its hopes in a NASA contest to a helium-filled balloon in a remote South Dakota field.
ANTS crew anxious to compete
All systems are go for SDSU’s ANTS project.
South Dakota State recognizes student work at URSCAD
South Dakota State University held its annual Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity Day April 20 in the University Student Union’s Volstorff Ballroom.
Basu Lab awarded grant to continue work on fluid mechanics of cancer
The Basu Lab, housed in South Dakota State University's Department of Mechanical Engineering and headed by assistant professor Saikat Basu, has been named the recipient of a three-year, $450,000 grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences to study the fluid mechanics of transport in dense cancerous tumors.
Faculty, staff honored at Engineering Banquet
Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering had an opportunity to honor its own during the annual awards banquet April 26 in Club 71 at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium.