He Built a Smartphone-Based Platform to Teach Young People to Code
George Boateng ’16, Thayer ’17, was named one of the magazine’s “2021 Pioneers” for developing SuaCode.ai, a smartphone coding module. He conceived of the platform as a way to teach young people to code and to tackle Africa’s IT skills gap.
3D Printable Gels Ensure Objects With Various Functional Properties
A process developed by Assistant Professor Chenfeng Ke, Qianming Lin, Guarini ’21, and fellow researchers “could make the 3D printing of complex objects easier and less expensive,” says Ke in a story about the research team’s new process.