I study the biochemistry of an organelle called the lysosome. It’s sort of like the “garbage disposal”...
I’m a biopolymer engineer, which means I tinker with molecules that are the building materials of life.
I didn’t always know I wanted to be a chemical engineer.
Management Science and Engineering
As an engineer, you’re taught to build things, to optimize things.
Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
#IAmAnEngineer: I see “problems” less as impassable obstacles and more as things that can be overcome...
BS ’11, Chemical Engineering
#IAmAnEngineer: As a chemical engineer, I focus on improving the way we fabricate computer chips.
PhD Candidate, Bioengineering
Growing up, I thought I was going to be a doctor.
Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering
My job is to help people to understand how common polymeric materials, like plastics and silly putty,...
Assistant Professor, Aeronautics and Astronautics
Aeronautics and Astronautics
As a kid, I was enthusiastic about aerospace but I didn’t memorize types of airplanes or the names of...
While I was an undergrad at MIT, I chose mechanical engineering because it was the most broad field, and...
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