What We Can Learn From Crisis
ASME Executive Director/CEO, Tom Costabile shares diversity, equity, and inclusion lessons learned from the Derek Chauvin trial.
Transform Big Data into Decisions
Learn how simulation and analytics can be leveraged to decrease risk in oil and gas.
Join Ramana Gogula of Stanley Black & Decker for ISHOW India keynote on May 5
He will share insights on purpose-driven innovation and social entrepreneurship
This Week in Engineering
Explore how diversity in STEM is so important to the growth of the engineering profession.
ASME Policy Impact 2021
Meet your member of Congress at ASME’s premier legislative event.
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An Autonomous Drone Searches with Smell
Mechanical engineers at the University of Washington have created an autonomous drone, called the Smellicopter, that uses a live antenna from a moth to navigate toward smells.
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