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Advancing Preconstruction & Estimating
ADVANCING PRECONSTRUCTION & ESTIMATING
May 20-22, 2019
Over the last 3 years, Hanson Wade has hosted numerous events for estimators, preconstruction leaders, architects, owners, schedulers, planners, technology leaders, and many others. At every conference, the theme of collaboration and breaking down departmental silos is a critical theme. We’re ...

Engineer your Career
ENGINEER YOUR CAREER
May 22-22, 2019
Join Young Engineers Australia South Australia for an interactive workshop. Network with other recent graduates and experienced engineers, look towards your future and take control of your career pathway. Guided by industry professionals, recent graduates will be equipped with practical tools to des...

Vidyard


Vidyard is the video platform that helps businesses transform communications and drive more revenue through the strategic use of online video. Going beyond video hosting and management, we help businesses connect with more viewers through interactive and personalized video experiences, learn powerful insights on their viewing audience, turn insights into action with enterprise integrations, and prove the impact of their video programs.

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Holy drone, Batman! Mechanical masterminds have spawned the Bat Bot, a soaring, sweeping and diving robot that may eventually fly circles around other drones. Because it mimics the unique and more flexible way bats fly, this 3-ounce prototype could do a better and safer job getting into disaster sites and scoping out construction zones than bulky drones with spinning rotors, said the three authors of a study released Wednesday in the journal Science Robotics....
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A team of engineers has built and tested a radically new kind of airplane wing, assembled from hundreds of tiny identical pieces. The wing can change shape to control the plane's flight, and could provide a significant boost in aircraft production, flight, and maintenance efficiency, the researchers say.
The new approach to wing construction could afford greater flexibility in the design and manufacturing of future aircraft. The new wing design was tested in a NASA wind tunnel and is ...

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Aviation's frontier is supersonic. The military is seeking ever-faster aircraft, planes that can fly five times the speed of sound. Fifteen years after the Concorde's last transatlantic flight, Japan Airlines and the Virgin Group are investing in jets that could slash overseas travel time by more than half.
But supersonic speeds bring a slew of design challenges. For one thing, unsteady air-flow patterns can generate aircraft panel-damaging shock waves. Engineers must put safety f...

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Girls with an interest in engineering can meet professionals and learn about the field in Johnston as part of National Engineers Week.
The Foth Companies will host an "Introduce a Girl to Engineering" open house for girls ages 5-16 from 4-7 p.m. on Thursday at the Foth office at 8191 Birchwood Court, Suite L in Johnston.
Participants can learn about engineering through activities, demonstrations, exhibits and more.
Activity stations will include a virtual reality r...

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Three of the four state VEX Robotics champions hail from Mankato. Of the dozen Minnesota teams invited to the world championships, seven are from Mankato. Mankato dominated, for sure, said East High School junior Parker Theobald said about the local success at the recent state tournament.
The winning teams aren't taking much time to celebrate. They are spending two afternoons a week improving their robots in hopes of bringing a first world championship title back to Mankato. Most team...

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Despite efforts to close the gap, women currently occupy only 28% of science, technology, engineering, and math jobs in the US. According to a recent study from the National Association of Manufacturing and Deloitte, there is a need for 3.5 million STEM jobs by 2025, with over 2 million going unfilled due to a talent shortage. Getting more women into STEM fields would help with the projected shortfall.
According to research from Google for Education and the Educational Research Center of ...

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EVENTS

Engineer your Career
ENGINEER YOUR CAREER
May 22-22, 2019
Join Young Engineers Australia South Australia for an interactive workshop. Network with other recent graduates and experienced engineers, look towards your future and take control of your career pathway. Guided by industry professionals, recent graduates will be equipped with practical tools to des...

EA Leadership Insights: Engineering our next 100 years Burnie
EA LEADERSHIP INSIGHTS: ENGINEERING OUR NEXT 100 YEARS BURNIE
May 22-22, 2019
Join us in Burnie for insights and inspiration that will help you seize opportunities, prepare for future challenges and lead our organisations and communities as our engineering capabilities and workforce evolve over the coming decades.