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item America Engineering teams are innovating new ways to protect you and your employees from the spread of COVID-19. As the entire world adjusts to the new normal of socially distancing themselves from each other to help prevent the spread of

On March 2, Iowa State University’s Dr. Amy Bix presented a lecture on “How Coeds Came to Georgia Tech: A History of Women and Engineering Education.” Her lecture discussed the overall history of gender inequality in engineering, as well as the

Originally written by Katherine DuBois, “The Power of STEM Women in Film” discusses how inspiring young women doesn’t start and end with the word ‘woman.’ When I set out to create Space to Explore, a short documentary profiling aerospace engineer Natalie

Explore how you can engineer different safety solutions – line by line. In industrial manufacturing, workplace safety is of the utmost importance. Safety discussions tend to focus on personal protective equipment (PPE) and ergonomic solutions, designed to protect employees from injury;

5S and Poka-Yoke are two highly effective methods of visual management. As we’ve already shown in the first part of our series on the item Blog, visual management plays an extremely important role in lean production, with the use of optical

2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, and to celebrate NASA is pulling out all the stops and tools. Ever wondered how space exploration and research impact your daily life? The NASA Home And City website features 130 spinoff

There’s no question the diversity dilemma facing the STEM fields is a mountain we’re not finished climbing yet. A constant stream of TED Talks, books, and speakers has given us plenty of information, but there’s little consensus about what the

Do-It-Yourself with YouTuber Patrick and his radical roof rack. Some 400 hours of video footage are uploaded to YouTube every minute – and that’s just one of countless unbelievable facts and figures about the video platform. And let’s not forget that

It’s not always easy to stay on top of the latest buzzwords in the maze of digitization terminology. Digitization is a topic of discussion in every aspect of life these days – in political, ethical, and professional circles. In these discussions,

Rachel Ignotofsky is a New York Times Best Selling author and illustrator, but she has a deep-rooted secret from her childhood: she used to hate reading! On top of dealing with extropia, Ignotofsky ”just wasn’t connecting with the materials in