Developed in a 2013 NUvention: Energy course, AMPY uses inductor technology to capture kinetic energy, store it, and recharge electronics.read more
Professor Mark Hersam, who teaches the innovators of tomorrow and works across scientific boundaries to create new materials for use in electronics, solar cells and batteries, has been named a 2014 MacArthur Fellow.read more
The Open Quantum Materials Database allows users to identify candidate materials for specific applications before they are tested in the lab. read more
A new McCormick study provides the first insights into the behavior of users of peer-to-peer file sharing. 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.