Track star Mitchell Black, E16, wins his third NCAA crown
Mitchell Black is a double major in mechanical
engineering and astrophysics and has applied to graduate
programs in aerospace, aeronautics and astronautics, and
space engineering, as well as for positions at NASA. On
March 12 in Grinnell, Iowa, Black added a third NCAA 800
meters title to his resume, winning the 2016 indoor event
with considerable ease.
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Associate Professor Luis Dorfmann worked with colleagues to propose a mathematical model, based on large deformation elasticity, to explain the ballistic projection of the chameleon tongue. The model could potentially have applications in the design of elastic materials. Read the research paper published in Proceedings of the Royal Society of London A, and coverage from BBC News.