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Review: To Orbit and Back Again - The Space Review

Review: To Orbit and Back Again - The Space Review | Engineering Degrees | Scoop.it
The Space Review Review: To Orbit and Back Again The Space Review Sivolella, an aerospace engineer with a self-described “life-long passion” for the Space Shuttle (he was born a few months after the launch of STS-1), wrote To Orbit and Back Again...
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This article shows me the complexity of aerospace engineers' jobs. It describes how complex the space shuttle was and how tough it was for engineers to make. The fact that the aerospace engineers' jobs are complex does not drive me away from the degree however, it makes me more motivated to get an aerospace engineering degree. This article has helped me decide on what engineering degree that I want to pursue. It made me lean more towards getting an aerospace degree rather than a chemical or an electrical degree.

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Engineering new lighting and display technology - Phys.Org

Engineering new lighting and display technology - Phys.Org | Engineering Degrees | Scoop.it
Engineering new lighting and display technology Phys.Org Bakken, a chemical engineering doctoral student at Arizona State University, is the designated "entrepreneurial lead" for a project that was awarded a $50,000 NSF I-Corps grant earlier this...
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This article explains a new thing that chemical researchers are working on which shows me a little bit of what chemical engineers do. This helps me decide on what degree I want to pursue because it shows me what they work on. The things they are working on are very interesting to me and I find them very cool and something I might want to do.

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Graphene - Enabling Next Generation Multi-functional Electronics - Nanotechnology News

Graphene - Enabling Next Generation Multi-functional Electronics - Nanotechnology News | Engineering Degrees | Scoop.it
Graphene - Enabling Next Generation Multi-functional Electronics Nanotechnology News Graphene is known to be strong and flexible, 200 times stronger than steel, conducts heat 10 times more effective than copper and can carry 1,000 times the density...
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This article shows me how engineers can help change the world that we live in. This group of engineers are working on a new material that wil speed up next-gen electronics. This article has helped me to know what kind of things that engineers do and how much of an impact they can make on the world.

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