Constructing Cars Powered by Chemical Energy
August 1, 2019
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers’ annual competition helps chemical engineering students apply their knowledge and bring automotive designs to life.
TE Connectivity Foundation Continues Effort to Boost Access to STEM Education
July 1, 2019
Grants support the UN Foundation’s Girl Up, SMASH and FIRST Global.
Base 11 Awards Initial Prizes in $1M+ Student Rocketry Contest
June 28, 2019
Former astronaut Leland Melvin encourages students to persevere as they continue to build and test their rockets.
Infiniti and Renault F1 Team Encourage Women To Pursue Engineering Careers
June 25, 2019
Companies continue to encourage gender diversity in STEM subjects on the occasion of International Women in Engineering Day 2019.
Contest Helps Spur Student Curiosity in STEM
June 1, 2019
Student Design Competition Profile: BEST Robotics
Engineering Girl Power Unleashed on Prosthetic Redesign
February 27, 2019
High school senior creates a lightweight, 3D-printed prosthetic foot for war vet showcasing how K-12 can nurture STEM path for female talent.
The Franklin Institute and TE Connectivity Collaborate on Tech Studio
February 21, 2019
Partnership connects the development and facilitation of interactive exhibit space with hands-on design and engineering workshops.
Dassault Systèmes U.S. Foundation Grant Supports STEM Certification of Veterans
November 19, 2018
STEM programs provides hands-on training on state-of-the-art equipment.
3 Ways to Close the Digital Engineering Skills Gap
November 1, 2018
How can manufacturers accelerate digital transformation efforts to succeed in the Fourth Industrial Revolution? Here are three ways to close the digital skills gap.
The STEM Gender Gap
October 19, 2018
Modis Shares Results of STEM IQ Survey
September 11, 2018
The survey shows that even as people acknowledge the financial benefits of STEM jobs, Americans are not readily pursuing those fields, with only 35% saying they intend to pursue a STEM career.
Challenge Launches STEM Skills Into Space
August 1, 2018
The STEM skills challenge will feature annual competitions where students reach milestone achievements during the development of liquid-fuel rockets, including design, static testing and smaller popup innovation challenges.
Base 11 Challenge Launches STEM Skills Into Space
July 9, 2018
The Base 11 Space Challenge is a $1 million prize for a student-led university team to design, build and launch a liquid-propelled, single-stage rocket to an altitude of 100 km (the Karman Line) by December 30, 2021.
Renishaw Celebrates International Women in Engineering Day
June 22, 2018
Renishaw has many trained STEM Ambassadors, one-third of whom are women, including Jess Henson, a development engineer who answered a series of questions about her role and women in engineering.
From Perpetual to On-Demand Licensing
June 1, 2018
A look at the design software industry’s movement toward usage-based, time-based sales models.
Blending Automation and Human Wisdom in CAM
How software and the veteran machinist complement each other.
Leadership Profile: Matt Sederberg of Coreform Discusses how Isogeometric Analysis can Improve Workflows
Coreform IGA allows users to perform simulations directly on CAD models.
How to Increase Supply Chain Transparency and Control
Digitally modeling the supply chain can improve visibility and performance.
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