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3 hrs ago | R & D

Magnets may act as wireless cooling agents

The magnets cluttering the face of your refrigerator may one day be used as cooling agents, according to a new theory formulated by Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers.


Related Topix: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Science

5 hrs ago | Maize N Brew

33 Days to Michigan Football

Ben hasn't been on the field for the Wolverines yet, but he is one smart man. He studies mechanical engineering in UM's College of Engineering, and wants to design sports equipment after college.


Related Topix: Michigan, Michigan Government, Mechanical Engineering, Science, Sports, NCAA Sports, University of Michigan NCAA

6 hrs ago | Limerick Today

RTE engineering series focuses on Limerick

LIMERICK'S glorious St John's Cathedral will be the main focus of attention when the RTE series Building Ireland switches its attentions to the Treaty City this Tuesday night.


Related Topix: Limerick, Ireland Travel, Travel, Europe Travel, Ireland Travel, Civil Engineering, Science, Canada

9 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

AIS Announces New Aluminum Die Casting Tooling for Their Affordable,...

American Industrial Systems, Inc. , an Open HMI Panel PC and Industrial PC manufacturer, announces to use a new aluminum die cast tooling for use in their new family of "value line," industrial touch panel and PC-based HMIs.


Related Topix: Mechanical Engineering, Science, CPU, Science / Technology, Intela

Sun Jul 27, 2014


The Crazy New 'Sponge' That Can Generate Steam From Sunlight

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology unveiled a new material this week that provides a highly efficient way to convert sunlight into steam and holds major potential for improving technologies like desalination of water and solar thermal power - all with a four-inch graphite 'sponge.'


Related Topix: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Solar Energy, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy, Mechanical Engineering, Science, US News, Liberal Political News

Sat Jul 26, 2014

Iom Online

Highlighting the importance of civil engineering

'This is Civil Engineering' banners will be appearing at the sites of major projects to raise public awareness and encourage more people to consider a career in the industry.


Related Topix: Civil Engineering, Science, Isle of Man, Europe, World News

DuPont engineer earns top honor

Following a career path from the classroom to the science lab earned a local DuPont employee a high honor few achieve.


Related Topix: Chemical Engineering, Science, Youngstown, OH, Ohio State University

It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's An iPhone! Why...

Despite the title of Robert Bryce's recent book, Smaller, Faster, Lighter, Denser, Cheaper , miniaturization is only one half of the story of technology-and of nature.


Related Topix: iPhone, Mechanical Engineering, Science

IIT Delhi students bags best innovation award

A group of students from the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi bagged the best project at the ninth National Innovation Contest - TechTop 2014 which concluded here Saturday.


Related Topix: Travel, India Travel, Delhi, India Travel, Asia Travel, Mechanical Engineering, Science

Judge Allows Contractors' Suit Against Zimbabwe Diamond Centre

The Herald: Nine companies have taken the Zimbabwe Diamond Technology Centre to court demanding nearly $5 million for services rendered during the construction of the state-of-the-art center two years ago.


Related Topix: Science, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering

Fri Jul 25, 2014

News Times

Christian Briggs, a 2014 graduate of Manhattan College with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering, has joined The Di Salvo Engineering Group, Structural Engineers, of Ridgefield.


Related Topix: Civil Engineering, Science, Ridgefield, CT, Monroe, CT, Stratford, CT, Medicine, Cardiology, Newtown, CT


New System to Detect Mercury in Water Systems

A new ultra-sensitive, low-cost and portable system for detecting mercury in environmental water has been developed by University of Adelaide researchers.


Related Topix: Environment, Science, Chemical Engineering

Hispanic Business

Fort Vancouver site veteran will manage Pearson Air Museum

"I started in mechanical engineering at ," Cromwell said. He said he was looking forward to a career in the aviation industry and worked his way through college with a summer job at an airport in his hometown of Eventually, "I determined that I didn't enjoy doing math all day and quickly transferred to history," he said.


Related Topix: Mechanical Engineering, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, US National Parks

Science Blog

New technology allows hair to reflect almost any color

What if you could alter your hair to reflect any color in the spectrum? What if you could use a flatiron to press a pattern into your new hair color? Those are possibilities suggested by researchers from the University of New Mexico and Los Alamos National Laboratories.


Related Topix: University of New Mexico, Mechanical Engineering, Science, Inventions, Science / Technology

Brandon Sun

Native-owned firm engineers success

WHEN infrastructure at Little Saskatchewan First Nation was badly damaged after the 2011 flood, it was an aboriginal engineering firm that won the contract to start rebuilding the community.


Related Topix: Civil Engineering, Science

Stalbans Review

Mechanical engineering student who died in motorcycle crash will be "sorely missed"

A 20-year-old who died after his motorbike collided with a van was St Albans college student Jack Alexander.


Related Topix: Mechanical Engineering, Science, Hertfordshire County, England, United Kingdom,

The Las Vegas Sun

Warm hearts meet high tech: UNLV team crafting new hand for Las Vegas girl

Katherine Lau, a biomedical engineering student from Rutgers University, Zachary Cook, a UNLV mechanical engineering student, and Kareem Trabia, an A-Tech High School senior, pose at UNLV Thursday, July 17, 2014.


Related Topix: Las Vegas, NV, Mechanical Engineering, Science, Rutgers University

The Las Vegas Sun

Photo: Katherine Lau, a biomedical engineering student fr

Katherine Lau, a biomedical engineering student from Rutgers University, Zachary Cook, a UNLV mechanical engineering student, and Kareem Trabia, an A-Tech High School senior, pose at UNLV Thursday, July 17, 2014.


Related Topix: Rutgers University, Mechanical Engineering, Science

Thu Jul 24, 2014

Marine News

6 MW Offshore Wind Turbine of Siemens Certified

Axel Dombrowski - Head of Mechanical Engineering , Uwe Eisenhut - Head of Global Product & Technology Type Certification , Mike Woebbeking - Service Area Leader , Hubertus Rosenow - R&D Platform Mana Siemens Energy has obtained type certification of DNV GL for the company's innovative D6 offshore wind turbine.


Related Topix: Industrial Machines, Telecom, Siemens, Mechanical Engineering, Science

Sunday Herald

Grangemouth refinery boost for manufactured exports

SCOTTISH manufactured export volumes rebounded by three per cent in the first quarter, boosted by the return to normality at the Grangemouth refinery and petrochemical complex and by firm overseas demand for food and drink, official figures have revealed.


Related Topix: Mechanical Engineering, Science