This Is What the Next Generation of Engineers Looks Like
Kimberly Bryant is a biotech engineer who helps young girls of color fall in love with STEM.
How Robots and Additive Manufacturing Work Together
The July issue of Additive Manufacturing magazine takes a close look at the ways automation and AM overlap, from part handling to 3D printing with robotic arms. >
Why Be An Engineer?
From creating things that help people to building innovations that change the world, there are so many reasons to be an engineer. Join the scientists and eng...
20 Richest Engineers in the World
Engineers do indeed become wealthy! Let's see who are the world's top 20 richest engineers and how much money they make.
How far can metal additive manufacturing take aircraft engines?
Although still in its infancy, metal ALM is sometimes perceived as an alternative for high value/low volume engine components.
Stanley+Techstars Additive Manufacturing Accelerator: Learn More About the Program
Register now for Techstars's event on Crowdcast, scheduled to go live on Monday February 26, 2018 at 9:00 am MST.
How car companies are embracing additive manufacturing: Geek Speak
What is additive manufacturing and why should you care? Because it’s the future, and car companies are embracing it.
What It Takes to Be an Antarctic Engineer
Jim O’Sullivan and Julius Rix demonstrate the essential qualities of resourcefulness and endurance
What if we covered engineers like celebs?
It's #eweek2016 ! USC Viterbi, the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) and Funny or Die reimagine the E! network - famous for its 24/7 coverage of the K...
We must retrain engineers for the 21st century
The gap between education and market demand for technological skills has serious consequences for both students and employers.
Biological engineers discover new antibiotic candidates
Researchers from MIT and the University of Naples Federico II found that fragments of the protein pepsinogen, an enzyme used to digest food in the stomach, can kill bacteria such as Salmonella and E. coli. Such peptides could potentially be developed as new antibiotics.
10 reasons our daughters should be engineers
To celebrate National Women in Engineering Day, here are 10 reasons our daughters should take the industry by storm...
Here’s How Engineers Dream of Stopping Tsunamis
The tsunami that struck Indonesia’s Sulawesi island and killed at least 1,400 people sadly won’t be the last. Human populations will continue to live along coastlines in tectonically active parts of the world, tsunamis will continue to occur, and people will continue to die.
10 Cities That Will Make You Thank An Engineer
Engineering is in everything. Really. Every. Thing. Check out these ten cities for some awesome reasons to appreciate engineers and all they ways they make our lives better.
A Manufacturer’s Secret Weapon: Using Education to Engineer Influence
According to the recently published "2018 Training Industry Report," manufacturers and distributors spent, on average, $4.2 million on training last year.
Chemical Engineers Discover How to Make Vaccines Faster
Researchers at Brigham Young University have devised a system to speed up the process of making life-saving vaccines for new viruses. Their concept is to create the biological machinery for vaccine production en masse, put it in a freeze-dried state and stockpile it around the country. Then, when a new virus hits, labs can simply add water to a 'kit' to rapidly produce vaccines.
What’s for dinner? Genetically engineered salmon OK’d by FDA
WASHINGTON (AP) — What's for dinner? Before long, it may well be genetically modified salmon, the first such altered animal cleared for human consumption in the United States. Critics call it "frankenfish," but the Food and Drug Administration granted its...
Energy Industry 4.0: What Geologists and Engineers Need to Know
How to Cheat at the Oreo Twist Game: Lab Tested, Engineer Approved
The game of twisting an Oreo and seeing which wafer the cream is on has been used to make decisions, random predictions and resolve disagreements for decades. Now, a group of graduate students from Princeton claim to have cracked the code for which cookie the cream will end up on so that you can be a dirty cheater.
How the ‘Re-Engineered Hospital’ Presents a Home Health Opportunity
Some big thinkers believe that the heart of the U.S. health care system is shifting away from hospitals and other institutional settings, into people’s homes. Those who need proof that this occurri…