Mechanical engineering concentrator Lilian Magermans, S.B. '19, has spent her summer in a SEAS research lab, working to develop a better understanding of the coalescing mechanics of droplets on slippery liquid-infused porous surfaces.
This summer, James Salvador Niffenegger, S.B. '19, a mechanical engineering concentrator, has been collaborating with SEAS researchers to develop a carbon capture device, which could have applications in reducing the effects of climate change.
High school students from the Boston area and around the world learned about different technologies used in water filters during the annual Pre-Collegiate Program held at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS).
This summer, Juan Carlos Fernandez Del Castillo, A.B. ’19, an applied math concentrator, has been working on a research project that seeks to understand the development of cancer using a modeling approach.