Technology With Purpose: Stevens Research

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Technology, applied with purpose, has the power to transform the world.

From new cancer medicines to AI that detects cardiac disease, misinformation and unsafe bridges — from greener power grids to emergency flood prediction, batter batteries, healthier aging and filters that remove poisons from our drinking water — Stevens research is creating societal benefit daily.

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AI for Societal Good

Stevens researchers are leveraging AI to predict disease, detect drones, forecast floods, optimize energy use, ensure safer infrastructure... and much more

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Delivering Biomechanical Research for Athletes (and Non-Athletes)

A Stevens team unpacks pitchers' biomechanics by analyzing data collected with Major League Baseball's support. Other projects improve gait and rehabilitation.

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Greening the Grid

The power grids that light and power our homes and business are evolving to become more reliable and equitable. Stevens researchers are helping engineer that future.

IMPACT: The research publication of Stevens Institute of Technology

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* Saving lives with better flood prediction, ocean data
* $15 million for quantum research
* An AI to detect epilepsy
* Radar that can see around corners
* Monitoring the nation's rivers
* AI for safer ships and ports

More Research News

The Innovation Expo

This capstone event highlights the best of our students' ingenuity. Some projects lead to career connections and solutions for corporate partners, while others secure funding and launch companies.

Give it your best pitch

In 2023, the top team project took home a $10,000 prize for its winning pitch in The Ansary Entrepreneurship Competition.
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Research That Benefits Society: THIS Is Stevens

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