Entries for September 2016

Open Source Software Tool Means a New Era for Academic Publishing
Carnegie Mellon engineering professor develops software to make sharing, publishing and reading rese...
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Concept for Water Filtration and Desalinization Wins Graphene Challenge
Brazilian engineering student wins Sandvik Coromant’s Graphene Challenge with device to filter and d...
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Engineers Build Better Antennas at University of Wisconsin-Madison
Research funded by Office of Naval Research hopes to improve antenna-based radar and communications.
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NASA and US Universities Collaborate on Space Habitation Research
The X-Hab Academic Innovation Challenge seeks space habitation projects from engineers and researche...
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How Business Skills Support Engineering Students’ Future Careers
UC Berkeley fosters engineering entrepreneurship with new degree program.
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Free Engineering Software for Students
39 software packages and platforms to help engineering students get the most from their education.
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Sandvik Coromant Shines a Light on STEM and the Future of Manufacturing at IMTS
STEM students’ inspirational images featured as part of the Chicago skyline light display.
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University of Michigan Engineers Aim to Improve Factory Fault Detection
Using a factory simulation, a new software-defined control project aims to detect and avoid faults i...
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Caltech Engineers Win International RoboSub Competition
The engineering student team from Caltech claimed first place with their sub “Dory” and some innovat...
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Engineering Student Aims to Make Construction Job-sites Safer, One Sensor at a Time
Penn State University engineers design cyber-physical systems to monitor temporary construction equi...
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