The practice of moving energy around

One of the things Rod Bayliss III ’20, MEng ’21, remembers most clearly from his childhood is his father’s 1964 Ford Mustang. “I was fascinated by that car,” says Bayliss. “Especially by the engine, this thing that converted oxygen and fuel into power.” Bayliss grew up in Augusta, Georgia. Math and physics came easily to…


This entry originally appeared at www.technologyreview.com/2021/08/24/1030598/the-practice-of-moving-energy-around, and may be a summary or abridged version.