Announcing the new ASME Governor Nominees
The ASME Board of Governors voted to modify the Board of Governors nominating process.
Announcing the Launch of Twinify Technologies
ASME and Black & Veatch announced today the launch of a new joint venture, Twinify Technologies LLC, to provide cutting-edge digital twin solutions.
Finalists Announced for ISHOW Kenya 2022
Join us at the awards ceremony for ASME’s hardware-led entrepreneurship accelerator.
Summer Savings at ASME
Splash into summer with new content, discounts, resources, and more!
Unconventional Engineering: Social Media Stars Kaemen LeFleuer, Libby Brookes
Using social media to inspire the next generation of mechanical engineers
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The Rolling Tires and the Beating Heart
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