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What if a computer could automatically generate hundreds of design variations of to solve a specific problem? Autodesk's Gordon Kurtenbach reflects on the possibilities.
No matter how good an artificial implant, it's not likely to beat the human body's original design. With this in mind, Viennese researchers have created an artificial blood vessel that biodegrades over time.
As the 3D printing market continues to skyrocket, where will the maximum growth be in the next five years? Terry Wohlers, the president of Wohlers Associates, Inc., shares his predictions.
In his 2014 IMECE mini-talk, Dilshad Sulaiman shared how communication plays a vital role in bringing consensus among collaborators across the globe. Attend 2015 IMECE for more great talks.
In this ME Magazine feature, Professor Timothy W. Simpson says that Additive Manufacturing is rewriting the rules of how we design, make, and qualify parts, and 3-D metal printing needs all the help it can get from mechanical engineers.
From Classroom to NASCAR Pit
Mechanical engineer Cole Pearn, now a NASCAR crew chief, talks about the ways his engineering training prepared him for life in the world’s biggest competitive racing association.
August 03, 2015
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Time to Renew Your Membership
ASME membership is the ultimate career connection an engineer or engineering student can make. Access the latest engineering news & technical content, networking opportunities, job postings, conference discounts and more! Act now for membership through Sept. 2016.
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Free Webinar: Make Realistic Prototypes Faster with Multi-Material 3D Printing
Most prototypes are made from multiple parts that need to be assembled, which takes time. This Webinar, sponsored by Stratasys, will provide insight into how multi-material 3D printing saves time.
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HPVC Latin America
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Sept. 15.
This challenge provides an opportunity for students worldwide to demonstrate the application of sound engineering design principles by developing sustainable and practical transportation alternatives.
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Fighting Ebola the Simple Way
A group at MIT has been working on a nanoparticle device which, according to Lee Gerhke, professor at the Institute for Medical Engineering and Science at MIT, can quickly show whether someone has the Ebola virus or not.
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ASME 2015 Conference on Smart Materials, Adaptive Structures and Intelligent Systems (SMASIS2015)
World experts across engineering and scientific disciplines will gather in Colorado Springs, September 21-23, 2015, to discuss the latest in smart materials, adaptive structure applications, new device technologies and basic engineering research exploration.
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MasterClasses for experienced engineers
ASME MasterClasses are advanced learning programs for skilled engineering professionals. Participants learn through discussion of real world case studies and practical applications. Next up: Pressure Technology and Standards, September 13-18, 2015, Chicago, IL.
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News from the Capitol
This week’s ASME Capitol Update points readers to two recent webinars on the ASME Public Policy Education Center (under ASME Government Relations Webcasts) for those who might have missed the live sessions or who want to view them again.
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