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Career in mechanical engineering proved challenging - The Republic

Career in mechanical engineering proved challenging - The Republic | Research  on Mechanical and Electrical Engineering | Scoop.it
Career in mechanical engineering proved challenging The Republic In late 1945, having spent the preceding three-plus years flying airplanes and dropping bombs, I decided to enroll at the University of Southern California and finish my mechanical...
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This was an interesting story and autobiography. He talks about the difficult of mechnical engineering, but it eventually payed out in the end. This helped me a lot in making my decision in what field of engineering I want to be in.

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Biotechnology Surges Forward With Help From Electrical Engineering

Biotechnology Surges Forward With Help From Electrical Engineering | Research  on Mechanical and Electrical Engineering | Scoop.it
Pandey, an associate professor in Iowa State University's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has developed microfluidic systems by creating very specific micropatterns in polymers on glass slides or chips.
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I learned that electrical and biotechnology can help each other out. Even though they are in different fields of study, electrical engineering has the potential to do anything. It can also be applied to mechnical engineering, material science, and biomedical engineering.

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Guest: Pass immigration reform to fuel innovation - The Seattle Times

Guest: Pass immigration reform to fuel innovation - The Seattle Times | Research  on Mechanical and Electrical Engineering | Scoop.it
Guest: Pass immigration reform to fuel innovation
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In fact, in electrical engineering, civil engineering, computer science and physics, foreign-born doctoral candidates outnumber native-born Americans.
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This article talks about the foreign-born immigrants who help to contribute to the innovation in science. The writer narrates his own point-of-view. He argues that we should allow immigrants to continue to help our economy and science. 

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ASME's new president advises a leap into mechanical engineering - Intelligent Utility

ASME's new president advises a leap into mechanical engineering - Intelligent Utility | Research  on Mechanical and Electrical Engineering | Scoop.it
ASME's new president advises a leap into mechanical engineering Intelligent Utility “I love being the face of ASME for the world,” said Madiha El-Mehelmy Kotb, new president for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, when we spoke to her in...
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The ASME suggests that they should start more mechanical engineering to improve energy efficiency to make the world a better place. They also start to improve the education, training, and getting people interested in math and science.

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Electrical Advanced Quality Engineer - New Product Development Job

Details: 5900 Optical CourtSan Jose, CA 95138Stryker EndoscopyJob DescriptionPosition: Electrical Quality Engineer - AdvancedDepartment: RA/QAExempt/Non-Exempt: ExemptThe following is not intended to represent an all-inclusive list of job...

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Mechanical engineers investigate brain trauma - Diamondback Online

Mechanical engineers investigate brain trauma
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Henry Haslach, a mechanical engineering research professor, wanted to look at the mechanics behind mild traumatic brain injuries, rather than the chemical aspect.
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I learned that mechanical engineering can benefit the medical field. Engineering can be applied in almost any field. This article talks about the mechanics of mechnical engineering to help understand brain traumas. It is a very interesting article.

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Free Courses Online : Mechanical Engineering

Free Courses Online : Mechanical Engineering | Research  on Mechanical and Electrical Engineering | Scoop.it
collection of free courses online On Mechanical Engineering. Some courses are offered with free credit/degree/certificate of accomplishment/completion.

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This is a great site for researching and learning about mechnical engineering. It uses a variety of links from YouTube, which can be viewed at any time. Check out this site!

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Can the United States Afford to Let Engineering Degrees Cost More for Its ... - Huffington Post

Can the United States Afford to Let Engineering Degrees Cost More for Its ... - Huffington Post | Research  on Mechanical and Electrical Engineering | Scoop.it
Can the United States Afford to Let Engineering Degrees Cost More for Its ...
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This was an interesting article about student costs for college. This article talks about the problems with the increasing costs for higher-paying degrees. One idea that this article recommends is applying for scholarships. Most students don't do it because they don't know how, or they think they need to do something amazing to qualify for them.

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Electrical Engineering and Computer Science | MIT OpenCourseWare | Free Online Course Materials

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science | MIT OpenCourseWare | Free Online Course Materials | Research  on Mechanical and Electrical Engineering | Scoop.it
MIT Electrical Engineering and Computer Science courses available online and for free.
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This is an excellent resource for learning not only the basics for engineering but also going into depth on specific topics. This link gives you lecture notes, videos, and other resources.

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