So NASA, rather quietly, unveiled their plans for their new rocket, the SLS. But let’s be honest, the only thing surprising about this was the date it was announced. ATK solid rocket boosters? Check SSME main engines? Check ET derived center stage? Check J2-X on the second stage? Check MPCV on… Continue Reading »
Monthly Archives: September 2011
I know, I know, you don’t have time to attend another seminar, right? Well, if you’ve ever had to sacrifice the time (and money!) to undergo an expensive redesign for a project, you can’t really afford to miss this event.
As an engineer, it’s easy to lose yourself when juggling deadlines, time pressures & client demands, but taking the personal time to strategize your own career priorities is just, if not more, important than your next big project. That’s why I reached out to Anthony Fasano, an engineer, career coach and bestselling author of Engineer… Continue Reading »
Welcome back, loyal readers! You’re just in time for your weekly dose of weird science– the good the bad & the ugly from your own science and engineering community. Here’s Last Week’s 5 Strangest Links: 5. VIDEO: Enraged White Blood Cells. These cells have some serious attitude! Watch them destroy a foe disease cell in… Continue Reading »