3D-printed dog-bone-shaped nano-composite specimens for tensile testing. Image Credit:
      Masoud Kasraie
3D Nano-inks Push Industry Boundaries

A new, 3D-printable polymer nanocomposite ink has incredible properties — and many applications in aerospace, medicine and electronics.

Huskies make the most of glorious Keweenaw weather during Orientation Week.
Welcome, Huskies: Incoming Class is Diverse, Smart and the Largest Since 1982

Their first classes and undergraduate research experiences have barely begun, but at more than 1,480 strong, Michigan Tech's Class of . . .