The Top 5 infographics of 2020, covering everything from engineering careers to science fiction.
Top 5 Infographics of 2020
Dec 15, 2020
by Carlos M. Gonzalez
The infographics that topped our ‘Best Of’ list varied in subjects. Topics covered included engineering career insights, additive manufacturing, how ventilators work, engineers’ satisfaction, nuclear energy, the future of 5G, and even science fiction.
The editors have looked back and picked their favorites among the best performing infogprahics. In no particular order, here are our top five most popular infographics of 2020.
Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing or rapid prototyping, is a technology with an elaborate history. Since the first patent was filed in the 1980s, different companies have fought for the first-place position to become the brand name for 3D printing. Today, almost anyone can go online and purchase a home 3D printer and start printing objects within minutes.
Mechanical engineering is a great career choice, offering a secure future, a good salary, and a broad set of skills. Mechanical engineers upon graduation have several roads laid out in front of them on how to pursue their careers. Explore how mechanical engineering is an excellent career choice for aspiring students and professionals.
As the blending of technology and medicine grows, so to does the bioengineering field. Today's bioengineers work on various innovative tech, including 3D printing of biomaterials, genetic engineering, cybernetic medical devices, robotic biomechanics, and neural engineeering, just to name a few. This infographic explores one of the fastest growing engineering disciplines today.
There are always ways for mechanical engineers to increase their salaries. Most approaches require planning and a significant investment in time, money, and education. Here are five ways to start boosting your engineering salary.
The television series Star Trek has become a cultural touchstone beloved by millions of people. One popular aspect of the series has been its technology. The writers for the show were not scientists or engineers, and yet, they “invented” futuristic technologies that have been reproduced in real life.
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