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Next-Gen: Students Envision Future of EV Charging Design
Student Competition Profile: Auburn University Industrial & Graphic Design Awards
The upcoming virtual conference kicks off with AI-based simulation keynote

ASME Foundation Wins Grant for Apprenticeship Program in Engineering
U.S. Department of Labor funding will help train and place community college graduates with employers in manufacturing and other fields.
America Makes to Host 12th Annual MMX in Youngstown
The event is designed for professionals in government and military, academia, and the additive manufacturing (AM) industry to network, plan, and exchange ideas.
Final Countdown to the 2024 NAFEMS Americas Conference
There is still time to secure a spot at the conference.
Winners of 2024 SkillsUSA Additive Manufacturing Competition Announced
The contest educates high school and post-secondary students about additive manufacturing technologies and design.
Next-Gen: Students Envision Future of EV Charging Design
Student Competition Profile: Auburn University Industrial & Graphic Design Awards
Autodesk Gives $5M to Howard University
Gift reportedly largest ever given to university’s College of Engineering and Architecture.
Formnext Chicago 2025 Launches
Formnext Chicago, April 8-10, 2025, will showcase the industrial process chain for additive manufacturing.
Convergence of Technologies Mixed with AI a Hot Topic at Upcoming RAPID + TCT
Executives with extensive additive manufacturing roots will be among industry luminaries joining in interactive “Main Stage” discussion, organizers say.
SME Picks 2024 College of Fellows
The SME College of Fellows has honored those members who have made notable contributions to the social, technological, and educational aspects of the manufacturing profession.
Altair Inks Partnership with Kumoh National Institute of Technology
Altair software to be used in educational and research programs within the university's mechanical, industrial, and electronic engineering departments, company reports.
EOS Starts Up Additive Minds Academy Center
The training facility is focused on industrial 3D printing enablement, technical training and customer success, according to EOS.
SME Agrees to Partnership with BlueForge Alliance
Goal of collaboration is to build and strengthen the manufacturing workforce, nonprofits report.
Next-Gen: Autonomous Aerial Missions in the Works
Student Competition Profile: The GoAERO Prize Competition
Mercedes-Benz Funds Educational Initiatives in AI, Automated Driving at Universities
UC San Diego’s 3D imaging research allows Mercedes-Benz R&D North America (MBRDNA) to tap into the institutional research resources at the Autonomous Vehicle Laboratory.
ASME Foundation Wins Grant to Develop Workforce
ECMC Foundation funding to help enable underserved students to pursue technical careers, ASME reports.



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