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A solar-powered cooler that lets doctors deliver vaccines to desert-dwelling communities faster. A mobile mission control laboratory that tracks and manipulates government satellites. Water purification technology that could save hundreds of lives.

Santa Clara students and faculty work together, and independently, on groundbreaking research in many areas of human experience. From the School of Engineering’s Frugal Innovation Hub to the Arts for Social Justice program, a Santa Clara education will give you the chance to do research and work that matters.

  • Bioengineering Student Publishes in Prestigious Journal

    Providing opportunities for undergraduate research is a hallmark of Santa Clara's engineering program, and recently the success of these efforts was illustrated when bioengineering senior Jeffrey Kunkel and Assistant Professor Prashanth Asuri had a paper accepted in one of the top five multidisciplinary journals in the United States.

  • Happy After All

    New research by ASU public affairs professor Chris Herbst and SCU economist John Ifcher overturns the decades-old belief that having children is a downer.