The University of Utah College of Engineering’s annual Research Report is now out and brimming with interesting stories on the vital research being conducted by its faculty members.

In it, readers will learn about some of the most talked-about projects by faculty and students, including a more efficient way of converting algae to biofuel, a new development in better hearing restoration, and a way to 3D print tendons and ligaments for faster and easier recovery.

There is also a story on the work biomedical engineering assistant professor Jessica Kramer is doing on mucins (a component of mucus) and another on the advancements mechanical engineering associate professor Jake Abbott is doing on telerobotic surgery.

Click below to read all the amazing work being done in the college.