A group of eight Cal Poly mechanical engineering seniors are advancing to the semifinals for a NASA competition that asks students to create technology for the future of space exploration. […]
Plastic barriers between desks, double doors open to ensure proper air flow, students taking labs with masks and face shields on and occupying at 50 percent capacity with their partners […]
NSBE is the longest-running black organization at Cal Poly.
Incoming electrical engineering freshman Ashton Mitchell will be 16-years old when he starts at Cal Poly in the fall.
One Cal Poly engineering student’s 3D printing hobby turned into a way to combat medical equipment shortages after he was approached to print N95-style respirators out of his garage. Jeremy […]
Cal Poly’s Wind Power Design team is among 13 universities selected to compete in the June 2021 Collegiate Wind Competition.
An engineering professor and two of his students have been collaborating to design low-cost ventilators that could potentially be used to treat COVID-19 patients.
This year, 358 students formed teams and were tasked with creating a solution to an existing, real-world problem.
Four members of the Cal Poly engineering department recently partnered with AmpSurf and Quality Life Plus in creating a project to provide people with disabilities a way to get from the beach to the ocean.
Quality of Life Plus, or QL+, was originally created in 2006 by Cal Poly alum Jon Monett as a program to help wounded veterans through interdisciplinary senior projects.
Their mission? To build a robot that can drill through rocks and sand, and extract clean water from the ice beneath it while simultaneously taking measurements.