Entries for March 2017

A Crash Course on Biomimicry in Engineering
Andrea Ziomek of FESTO discusses biomimicry and bio-inspired engineering for automation and more.
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A Bike Designed by a Committee—the Human Powered Vehicle Challenge
ASME opts for utility over sexy, but the Utah State University team rises to the occasion.
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Designing Human-Powered Exploration Rovers for NASA
NASA’s 2017 Human Exploration Rover Challenge invites young engineers to solve extraterrestrial expl...
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Design, Build and Operate Orbital Satellites – Right on Campus
Engineering students at MSU Denver will learn satellite manufacturing and operation through York Spa...
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New York Teen Finds New Concrete Applications
Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna studied concrete additives to develop new applications for oil well seals.
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Haptic Device Helps People with Visual Impairments Identify Images
Purdue engineering graduate student uses a joystick to provide sensory feedback to help identify siz...
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Will Your Social Media Negatively Affect Your Engineering Degree Application?
College admissions officers increasingly consider the content of social media profiles when making a...
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Encouraging Engineering Diversity in STEM
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) aims to increase minority representation in STEM.
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Battery Design Challenge Offers Undergraduates $25,000 Prize
Battery manufacturer ZPower calls upon all undergraduate US students to prototype a device using the...
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Learn to Operate and Program Cobots Through Free Online Training
Students and professional engineers can benefit from free online training modules offered by Univers...
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