Minerals and Materials Engineering Building (M&M)

The Departments of Materials Science and Engineering and Biomedical Engineering are in this building, as is the College of Engineering’s office. The lakeshore section of the M&M building has more than 80 labs, and the undergrad labs on the sixth floor include a scanning electron microscope facility. The M&M building has one of the few university-run foundries in the nation, and it houses three cutting-edge biomedical engineering research labs: the Regeneration and Repair, Engineered Biomaterials, and Biosensors Laboratories.

1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, MI 49931

Place Type

Academic, Research

Upcoming Events

Erik Herbert

Limitations Imposed by the Mechanical Behavior of Lithium Metal at Sub-Micron Length Scales Materials Science and Engineering Seminar Prof. Erik G. Herbert Department of Materials Science and...

1/21 11 am
Husky Innovate Series: Networking Talk with Darnishia Slade

Register by 1/17/2020. Join us on January 21 for an interactive talk with Darnishia Slade of the Pavlis Honors College. Dar will reframe networking as an activity to learn, share, and connect...

1/21 5 pm
Morteza Shaker Ardakani

Development of Strategies to Avoid Them Materials Science and Engineering Seminar Morteza Shaker Ardakani, PhD Candidate Department of Materials Science and Engineering Michigan Technological...

1/28 11 am
Bryan Webler

Materials Science and Engineering Seminar Prof. Bryan Webler Department of Materials Science and Engineering Carnegie Mellon University Abstract: Non-metallic inclusions are small oxide,...

2/11 11 am

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Thomas Ziegler

Thomas Ziegler left a positive review 4/26/2019

Dr. King is a fantastic speaker with loads of personal experience in Aerospace. He rocked!

Marcello Guadagno

Marcello Guadagno left a positive review 4/26/2019

Really awesome speaker!

John Jaszczak

John Jaszczak left a positive review 10/9/2018

Dr. Bindi's talk was superb! It was delightful to hear about his discoveries in the context of his determination in a scientific and real-life adventure to discover natural quasicrystals and ultimately find their origins in a meteorite!

John Jaszczak

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