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INJURED RUNNER MEETS MAN WHO HELPED HIM FINISH RACE

Wilkie Civil Engineering | January 18, 2017

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John Wilkie didn't know much about the man who helped him across the finish line at the Rock n Roll Arizona Half Marathon on Sunday. Wilkie, 73, had tripped on the wheel of a stroller that stuck out into the race course, falling to the ground and cutting his scalp to the bone. He was only 60 yards from the finish of a 13.1-mile race....

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MOST YOUNG PEOPLE WOULD CONSIDER AN ENGINEERING CAREER IF IT HELPED SOCIETY

imeche | November 06, 2017

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Two-thirds of nine to 18 year olds would consider an engineering career if it helped society, according to a survey conducted to mark the start of Tomorrow’s Engineers Week. However, only 10% of the young people polled said they were actively considering a career in engineering. The goal of Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, which runs from today until Friday, is to change that....

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ARCHIVE: HOW A PIONEERING HYDRAULIC ENGINEER HELPED POUR THE PERFECT PINT

imeche | December 28, 2017

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On the stairs inside the HQ can be found the only known portrait of a remarkable engineer, Joseph Bramah. It is a fitting location, as it is thanks to Bramah and his patented beer pump that pub customers today can enjoy a fresh drink from the beer tap. Bramah was born in Yorkshire in 1748 (some accounts say 1749). He started out as a farm labourer until his interest turned to woodwork. Apprenticed to a local carpenter, he realised that to make money and to develop his ideas he needed to gain exp...

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HOW KU ENGINEERING STUDENTS HELPED THIS TEEN WITH NO FEET PUMP NEW JOY INTO HER MUSIC

KU School of Engineering | August 27, 2018

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The sweet sound of piano music engulfed the Burke family’s Shawnee home. In their family room one recent afternoon, 14-year-old Heidi Burke sat atop a blue velvet ottoman pulled up to the upright piano. Heidi, 14, was born without the lower part of her arms or legs - a “congenital quadrilateral amputee.” Without hands, except for a tiny fleshy digit she calls her thumb, she learned to play piano at age 8. Her parents and her piano teacher were amazed....

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INJURED RUNNER MEETS MAN WHO HELPED HIM FINISH RACE

Wilkie Civil Engineering | January 18, 2017

John Wilkie didn't know much about the man who helped him across the finish line at the Rock n Roll Arizona Half Marathon on Sunday. Wilkie, 73, had tripped on the wheel of a stroller that stuck out into the race course, falling to the ground and cutting his scalp to the bone. He was only 60 yards from the finish of a 13.1-mile race....

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MOST YOUNG PEOPLE WOULD CONSIDER AN ENGINEERING CAREER IF IT HELPED SOCIETY

imeche | November 06, 2017

Two-thirds of nine to 18 year olds would consider an engineering career if it helped society, according to a survey conducted to mark the start of Tomorrow’s Engineers Week. However, only 10% of the young people polled said they were actively considering a career in engineering. The goal of Tomorrow’s Engineers Week, which runs from today until Friday, is to change that....

Read More
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ARCHIVE: HOW A PIONEERING HYDRAULIC ENGINEER HELPED POUR THE PERFECT PINT

imeche | December 28, 2017

On the stairs inside the HQ can be found the only known portrait of a remarkable engineer, Joseph Bramah. It is a fitting location, as it is thanks to Bramah and his patented beer pump that pub customers today can enjoy a fresh drink from the beer tap. Bramah was born in Yorkshire in 1748 (some accounts say 1749). He started out as a farm labourer until his interest turned to woodwork. Apprenticed to a local carpenter, he realised that to make money and to develop his ideas he needed to gain exp...

Read More
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HOW KU ENGINEERING STUDENTS HELPED THIS TEEN WITH NO FEET PUMP NEW JOY INTO HER MUSIC

KU School of Engineering | August 27, 2018

The sweet sound of piano music engulfed the Burke family’s Shawnee home. In their family room one recent afternoon, 14-year-old Heidi Burke sat atop a blue velvet ottoman pulled up to the upright piano. Heidi, 14, was born without the lower part of her arms or legs - a “congenital quadrilateral amputee.” Without hands, except for a tiny fleshy digit she calls her thumb, she learned to play piano at age 8. Her parents and her piano teacher were amazed....

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