I’ve discussed in previous posts, many science-minded students end up choosing non-STEM related careers. Policy-makers are desperately trying to reverse this trend, but can you, as an individual (and engineer) do anything to help? To further explore the question, I recently sat down with John Hunter, a fellow engineering blogger and science lover. What are… Continue Reading »
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New York’s Mayor Bloomberg is raking in bids from top universities to build a new School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. If successful, the new campus will create 30,000 jobs, prompt 6 mill. in economic activity and most importantly, spur the kind innovation and ingenuity that engineers are best known for. “During the 1980s and… Continue Reading »
It’s officially prime time for chemical engineering majors. Dow Chemical Company just announced that it will pour 125 million into Chemical Engineering programs at 11 US Universities to garner top students currently entering faster growing fields, like biomedical engineering. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, over the last decade biomedical engineering… Continue Reading »
If you’re still not in the Halloween spirit, this awesomely nerdy pumpkin-carving tutorial is sure to change your tune! Click HERE to learn how to carve your pumpkin into The DeathStar. Try it at home and let us know how it goes! And may the force be with you.