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Non-invasive Technology Finds Coronary Artery Blockage

Non-invasive Technology Finds Coronary Artery Blockage

Noninvasive technology improves methods to detect coronary artery disease, showcasing importance of engineering models in medical devices.

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IMECE Presentation-Only Abstracts Due July 22

IMECE Presentation-Only Abstracts Due July 22

There is still time to submit a presentation-only abstract for the ASME 2019 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE). The deadline to submit a presentation-only abstract is July 22.

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How a Jenga-playing Robot Will Affect Manufacturing

How a Jenga-playing Robot Will Affect Manufacturing

MIT engineers build a Jenga-playing robotic arm as a prototype for industrial robots that can learn and correct mistakes by using visual and tactile information.

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Special ASME Journal Issue to Focus on Machine Learning Applications in Manufacturing

Special ASME Journal Issue to Focus on Machine Learning Applications in Manufacturing

The ASME Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering is currently accepting manuscripts for a special issue on machine learning applications in manufacturing. Submit electronically by July 1, 2019.

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ME Magazine: Blockchain Enables New Power Market

ME Magazine: Blockchain Enables New Power Market

An encrypted electronic ledger may help microproducers and individual consumers buy and sell small quantities of renewable energy.

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  • News

    Richard Laudenat Begins His Presidential Term at the ASME Annual Meeting

    In his inaugural address earlier this month at the President’s Dinner at the Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla., ASME’s new President Richard Laudenat shared some of his goals for his yearlong term as ASME’s 138th president.

    June 24, 2019

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  • E-Fest

    ASME Engineering Festivals™ (E-Fests) Score Another Success with Event in Michigan

    ASME and PTC LiveWorx have entered into a collaborative agreement in which ASME will provide its technical expertise in bioengineering, robotics and additive manufacturing to the LiveWorx 2019 program.

    May 06, 2019

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  • News

    Bryan Erler Selected as ASME President-Nominee; BOG Nominees Announced at the Annual Meeting

    During the President’s Dinner, which was held June 4 at the ASME Annual Meeting in Orlando, Fla., the ASME Nominating Committee named Bryan Erler, P.E., as the ASME president-nominee for 2020-2021.

    June 24, 2019

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  • Event

    ASME to Launch New AM Medical Industry Event in 2020

    ASME is launching a new industry event spanning the Society’s strategic technology areas of manufacturing and bioengineering to drive collaboration between manufacturing, medical and bioengineering professionals, advance vital technology and impact people’s lives.

    June 24, 2019

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  • CA Connect

    CA Connect Is Getting a New Look and Feel

    ASME Certificate Holders know the value of quality and improving processes. At ASME, we’re continuously working to improve our own systems and processes. We are therefore pleased to announce that CA Connect will be getting a new look and feel on June 28th.

    June 10, 2019

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    6/21/19: News from the Capitol

    In Capitol Update: Federal Government Soliciting Advice on how to Revamp the National Strategic Computing Initiative

    June 24, 2019

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  • ECLIPSE

    ECLIPSE Interns Begin Their Terms at the Annual Meeting

    Ten early career members of ASME have been selected to participate as the 2019-2020 class of the Early ECLIPSE program, in which young members learn how ASME works at the leadership level by serving with an ASME unit.

    June 03, 2019

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  • Heritage

    Thurston Collection of Laboratory Artifacts Recognized for its Historical Value

    A collection of devices and machines used in the engineering laboratory developed at Cornell University by ASME’s first president, Robert Henry Thurston, was recently recognized by ASME for its historical significance.

    May 20, 2019

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