Next-Gen Engineers: Eyes on the Sky
August 24, 2021
Student Competition Profile: Base 11 Space Challenge
Women of Color STEM Awards Recognize Five Ansys Employees
August 2, 2021
Winners will receive awards in the categories of Technology All-Star, Technology Rising Star and Educational Leadership.
SME Foundation Awards Scholarships to Underrepresented Students
June 21, 2021
This year, $722,700 was awarded to graduating high school seniors, undergraduates and graduate students.
Workforce Development: Business Goes Back to School
June 17, 2021
University partnerships drive innovative solutions, next-generation workforce training.
SME Recognizes its 20 Influential Academics in Smart Manufacturing
June 4, 2021
These educators are teaching smart manufacturing methods and technologies that are being developed today for use tomorrow.
Ansys Collaborates to Offer Online Learning with Cornell
May 20, 2021
Ansys and Cornell University join forces to create a dynamic engineering curriculum, enabling engineering students to master simulation.
Engineering Undergrad Nabs Top Research Prize for Space-Oriented Device
April 27, 2021
Student took home the first-place team prize at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Discovery Day.
McMaster Automotive Resource Centre Adopts STATIC Driving Simulator
April 23, 2021
Automotive complex in Canadian university uses driving simulation solution by VI-grade for educational, R&D and industrial projects.
TÜV SÜD Provides Virtual Training in Additive Manufacturing
March 30, 2021
The subjects being addressed are business models, process chains, materials, current industry standards, and production and quality management.
America Makes and the Girl Scouts of North East Ohio Forge STEM Partnership
March 16, 2021
Collaboration creating additive manufacturing playbook and patch to help bridge STEM gender gap; effort enabled via funding from the state of Ohio.
Sigmetrix Enhances Computer-Based Training Curriculum
March 11, 2021
Sigmetrix expands its digital training portfolio, adds two new computer-based courses.
NAFEMS to Host Simulation in Automotive Seminar
March 8, 2021
Virtual event to take place March 16-18 in 3 three-hour sessions.
Next-Gen Student Competition Profile: HackOHI/O
January 14, 2021
Ohio State University’s Hackathon problem-solves technologies.
Mastercam and Edge Factor Partnership for Workforce Development
December 21, 2020
This workforce development initiative will provide schools, companies and workforce leaders with free access to high-impact multimedia, a keynote presentation, promotional tools and practical guidebook.
LogicMonitor Launches Scholarship Program for Women in STEM
December 2, 2020
Scholarship opportunity enables female leaders to pursue tech careers.
NAFEMS World Congress 2021 Moves Online
The focus is on working to transform the online congress experience into something engaging for its community of attendees, NAFEMS...
Editor’s Pick: New reverse engineering software
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence REcreate turns 3D data from various sources into a model made for further design work or 3D...
Desktop Metal Acquires Aidro
Acquisition adds capabilities in design and high-volume production of fluid power systems via additive manufacturing.
Penguin Computing’s TrueHPC Platform to Enable Innovations in Science and Technology
Penguin Computing awarded $68M to provide high-performance computing capabilities to Department of Defense.
Editor’s Pick: New additive manufacturing option for tiny metal parts
Holo PureForm MicroAM 3D printer offers high resolution and throughput in a...
Editor’s Pick: Dashboard Analysis for National Security Multi-domain Designs
BAE Systems' System of Systems Testbed can link formal architecture specifications, digital...
Editor’s Pick: HPC Cluster for Engineering and AI
PSSC Labs PowerWulf ZXR1+ is a custom-designed, application-optimized, and production-ready HPC cluster...
Editor’s Pick: Mechatronic design for multidisciplinary collaboration
Siemens' NX Automation Designer and NX Industrial Electrical Design provide a central...