ME Today

Providing timely and relevant information that early career engineers can use to assist them in advancing their careers, their professional awareness, and their understanding the practice and business of engineering. Features include Strategic Issues and Trends, Industry & Management Perspectives, Emerging Technologies, Engineer Spotlights and Collegiate News.

ASME FutureME BLOG Series: Transitions from School to Career

Finding success in transitioning from college to your career can be overwhelming. This blog series will cover different career paths and offer first-hand practical experience from a group of early career engineers. The authors will provide details about starting their careers and the decisions they've made to become the engineers they are today.
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Additive Manufacturing with In Situ Resource Utilization on Extra-Terrestrial Bodies

Space exploration is expensive, especially deep space missions. Despite dropping launch costs and the introduction of reusable boosters, transporting massive, bulky supplies and equipment to the Moon, Mars, or beyond is a huge obstacle to the future of spaceflight.

Inspiring Early Career Engineers in the 21st Century

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How to Make Being a Tech Geek Your Job

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The Role of Materials in 3D Printing

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