Entries for June 2016

Snake-Inspired Robots Highlight Innovations from Engineering Schools
Carnegie Mellon University showcases robotic talent at a National Robotics Initiative event.
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The Unique Challenges of Bringing Simulation to STEM Education
ANSYS offers its perspective on strategies for introducing simulation software to future engineers.
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Launching the Future of Rocketry
Engineering students bring innovation to rocket design with NASA’s Student Launch Program competitio...
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Student-led Makerspaces Help Engineers Learn by Teaching
Engineering students can augment their studies by sharing expertise with peers in student-run makers...
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Will a Student-Designed Robot Be the First to Explore Europa’s Oceans?
Student design-and-build competition will see underwater robots tested in the world’s largest pool.
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Decreasing The STEM Diversity Gap
Blair Blackwell from Chevron talks about the company’s efforts to reduce the gender and diversity ga...
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Achieving the First-Ever Recording of Heat Motion at the Nanoscale
Engineers at the University of Minnesota found a way to record video of heat moving through material...
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RoboBee: The Latest Buzz in Micro Robotics
Inspired by insects, RoboBee could be the future of reconnaissance and agricultural pollination.
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A Student Designed, 3D-Printed Tool for the ISS
Space Tool Design Challenge winner will see his printed tool in a call with ISS astronauts.
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How to Prevent Free Student Simulation Software from Becoming “Shelfware”
ANSYS offers insight into effectively teaching simulation to students and ensuring free student vers...
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