Entries for January 2017

Boosting Women’s Opportunities in STEM
Women around the world deserve the opportunity to participate in STEM innovation.
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Driving Research into Improved Tractor-Trailer Fuel Efficiency
Purdue graduate engineering students participate in national effort to reduce transport fuel consump...
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Engineering Grad Students Design Solar Power System for Hospitals in Rural Africa
In the developing nations with insufficient power resources, the “S4” keeps hospitals running.
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Doubling Degrees in Engineering Thanks to Multi-Million Dollar Donation
University of Washington plans to double the number of engineering and computer science degrees awar...
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Will Engineering Students Design the Space Colony of the Future?
New extraterrestrial habitat engineering program at Purdue will explore solutions to human habitatio...
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Teaching Engineering Students How to Commercialize Their Research
Cornell’s engineering and business students collaborate to commercialize research as part of graduat...
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Practical Improvements to Food and Water Security in Developing Countries
MIT engineering graduate students share their projects to increase food security and crop production...
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Georgia Tech’s Online Master of Science in Analytics Costs Under $10,000
Georgia Tech offers affordable education for engineers interested in analytics for business and indu...
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FIRST Robotics 2017 Competition Announced - STEAMWORKS
The 2017 FIRST Robotics competition kicked off on Saturday, January 6.
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Nuclear Engineering Students Share Rare Laboratory Tour
Two MIT graduate students provide an inside look at the school’s network of nuclear facilities desig...
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