Nearing its 30th anniversary, STEM finds itself converging with educational technology such as artificial intelligence, robotics, and extended reality.
Stantec to provide design and engineering services for Alberta’s first temporary COVID-19 treatment center
Engineering firm Stantec, along with fellow Alberta-based companies Sprung Structures and CANA Construction, has been selected by Alberta Health Services (AHS) and the Government of Alberta to design and construct Alberta’s first temporary COVID-19 treatment center
The Chicago-based Structural Engineering Foundation has announced a new annual scholarship in honor of structural engineer Fred Haas, made possible by a generous donation from the Associated Steel Erectors
A proposed ASTM International standard will provide guidance for using geocells in roadway projects. The open-celled geosynthetics help hold soils and rocks in place and are commonly used in road construction, earth retention, and other construction projects.
Cleveland Vibrator Company has released a white paper entitled “Selecting the Right Vibratory Feeder for Industrial Applications.” This presents guidelines to help manufacturing professionals select and maintain the proper vibratory feeder for their application.
The Plastics Pipe Institute has announced that Patrick Vibien, P.Eng., has been appointed technical director of the association and will also assume the position of director of engineering for the Power and Communications Division and director of education.
The American Society of Civil Engineers and its Environmental & Water Resources Institute, the National Municipal Stormwater Alliance, and the Water Environment Federation have announced that stormwater infrastructure will be included in the ASCE 2021 Infrastructure Report Card
The Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is updating the 2016 edition of ASCE 7 Minimum Design Loads and Associated Criteria for Buildings and Other Structures approach to wind design
ASME has launched its first standard for medical devices, as the new V&V 40 standard assesses the credibility of computational modeling through verification and validation with application to devices including endovascular and orthopedic devices, heart valves, and stents.
Water-fueled satellites, 3D medical scans, and vibration resistant metal fasteners impressed judges at the NASA iTech competition in Mountain View, California. NASA iTech is an initiative to find and foster innovative solutions to challenges faced on Earth and in space. Ten finalists pitched their unique innovations at the competition’s 2019 Cycle I forum.