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ASU Launches New Biomedical Engineering Degree Set For Spring 2015

Jul 10, 2014 AM EDT The Alabama Commission on Higher Education approved a new Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering at the Alabama State University.

SPU Creates Engineering Scholarship in Honor of a Student's Heroic Act during Shooting (UPDATE)

Jun 16, 2014 AM EDT The Seattle Pacific University has created an engineering scholarship after Jon Meis, who bravely tackled a 26-year-old gunman during a fatal shooting on campus earlier this month.

Morris Catholic Senior, Who Sued Parents, Selects Biomedical Engineering Program at WNEU (UPDATE)

Apr 02, 2014 AM EDT Rachel Canning, the 18-year-old Morris Catholic High School senior who sued her parents for child support and college costs, has chosen biomedical engineering program at Western New England ...

Dallas Oil Executive Donates $2.5 million to MSU College of Engineering

Mar 27, 2014 AM EDT Dave and Denise Lamp, a Dallas oil executive and wife, have made a gift of $2.5 million to the Michigan State University College of Engineering to support scholarships and research in the school’s ...

Bent-Shaft Shovels Reduce Physical Pain during Snow-Shoveling, Study

Dec 16, 2013 AM EST Ryan Lewinson, a bio-medical engineering grad student at the University of Calgary, has found that ‘goose-neck’ shovel not only helps to clear the snow from pavements and public spaces better than ...

Pennsylvania Engineering students Create Robotic Arm That Can Users Lift Heavy Objects (VIDEO)

Dec 11, 2013 AM EST University of Pennsylvania engineering students have made the lives of labourers and people in physical rehabilitation therapy all the more easier.

What Makes A Kettle Whistle?

Nov 18, 2013 AM EST A team of engineering researchers at the University of Cambridge in England have solved the long-standing mystery behind the kettle whistle. ...

Duke Engineering Students Create W-Fi Fuelled Charging Device

Nov 14, 2013 AM EST Wireless and portable phone chargers could soon become obsolete as Duke University's Pratt School of Engineering has created a power-harvesting device that could charge a phone's battery using Wi-Fi.

UI Grad Chats with Aerospace Students from NASA Space Station

Oct 30, 2013 AM EDT University of Illinois (UI) students have a sweet memory to add to their collection. One of their alumni, Mike Hopkins interacted with Illini aerospace engineering students via NASA video hook-up from ...

Rice Engineering Students Build Robotic Arm for Texas Teen Suffering from Brittle Bone Disease

Sep 28, 2013 AM EDT A team of bioengineering students at George R. Brown School of Engineering, Rice University in Houston, have successfully built a robotic arm for a teenager who is unable to perform routine, basic ...

UNH Introduces New School Of Marine Science (VIDEO)

Sep 10, 2013 AM EDT The University of New Hampshire (UNH) has launched a new School of Marine Science and Ocean Engineering, an assimilation of the university's various marine-related research, teaching and outreach ...

Tornadoes Cause Greater Damage Moving Uphill, Study

Aug 28, 2013 AM EDT Tornadoes do more damages when travelling upward and tend to climb toward higher elevations rather than going downhill, according to a new study conducted by engineering researchers from the ...

U. Offers Petroleum Engineering Graduate Program

Jul 27, 2013 AM EDT The University of Utah (U.) is introducing a new graduate program this fall in petroleum industry in order to meet the increasing demand of skilled engineers with the knowledge of oil and gas ...

USU Team Design Portable Bridge for War-Fighters; Wins the National Air Force Design Competition

Jul 18, 2013 AM EDT Utah State University (USU) mechanical and aerospace engineering students have won Air Force design competition for designing and building a portable device that can be served as a bridge to cross ...

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