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ASME News is a resource for those who want to learn about the Society and the many interesting activities the organization and its members are involved in each year. ASME News contains news about Society-related events and programs, as well as special features and the Newsmakers section.

Third Impact.Engineered Forum to Promote Technology Innovation for Social Change

This October, ASME and Engineering for Change (E4C) will present the third Impact.Engineered forum ― an annual event that highlights innovative engineering and technology solutions that are intended to bring about positive social change.

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ASME Hosts Joint Roundtable with IMechE and an ASME Connect Event in Scotland
Last month, representatives from ASME took part in two special events in Glasgow, Scotland, which were held in conjunction with the International Conference on Ocean, Offshore & Arctic Engineering (OMAE): a roundtable discussion on student and early career initiatives co-hosted with the United Kingdom’s Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) and an ASME Connect meet-and-greet with students from the University of Strathclyde.
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Antikythera Mechanism Named Latest ASME Landmark
Last month, ASME designated the Antikythera Mechanism, the earliest known analog computer, as the Society’s 271st Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark. The device, which was discovered in 1901 in a shipwreck from the first century B.C., was recognized for its significance to the progression of mechanical science and technology in a landmark designation ceremony on June 26 at the National Archeological Museum in Athens, Greece.
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ASME to Convene Visualize MED: Modeling the Future of Medicine in October
This October, ASME will present Visualize MED: Modeling the Future of Medicine, a daylong event that will explore how biomedical companies can leverage modeling and simulation to increase patient safety and positive outcomes, reduce preclinical and clinical testing, improve manufacturing and medical device performance, and decrease development costs.
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ASME Congressional Briefing Roadmaps Large Scale Energy Storage
In mid-June, ASME hosted a congressional briefing on the state of large scale energy storage technologies. The event, “Large Scale Energy Storage: Road to Realization,” was organized in partnership with Representative Jerry McNerney (CA-9th), co-chair of the Grid Innovation Congressional Caucus, and the ASME Energy Conversion and Storage (ECS) segment.
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