Using new materials and technologies, McCormick researchers are developing more effective targeted therapies for diseases like HIV, cancer, and mental illness. read more
During the summer, more than 200 McCormick undergraduates are actively engaged in on-campus research. Read about the experiences of three students who applied what they learned in class to make new discoveries and advancements on their own.read more
What if inventors could see into the future and know whether or not their patents would be infringed? McCormick and Law School professors are developing a new model that not only identifies patents with a high probability of being litigated, but can also predict how many years into the future the dispute will occur.read more
Developed in a 2013 NUvention: Energy course, AMPY uses inductor technology to capture kinetic energy, store it, and recharge electronics.read more
A new McCormick study provides the first insights into the behavior of users of peer-to-peer file sharing. read more
Now on display through Dec. 15, the Data Viz Collaborative projects from a Segal Design Institute collaboration with the School of the Art Institute of Chicago include artistic installations based on data from Wikipedia, emotional responses, and the foreclosure crisis.read more
At McCormick, we empower our students to become whole-brain engineers. We integrate elements of left-brain thinking — analysis, logic, and math — with the high-level right-brain thinking that fosters intuition and creativity. The future belongs to those who can combine both ways of thinking to lead, innovate, and help solve the world's most pressing problems.