Technological advances and discoveries are moving at a rate faster than engineering education can keep up with. The solution is a revised approach to teaching engineering.
Recreating freak waves can tell us a lot about the nature of the sea.
Its billionaire boss was a strong supporter of exiting the EU. Now the company is moving its headquarters out of Britain, too.
Hazardous professions including agriculture and heavy engineering are already having to find ways to adapt.
The skills shortage in the foundry sector shows there is a continuing demand for "traditional" trades.
MIT researchers have built ion thrusters with no moving parts pave the way for silent drones.
Health care relies on increasingly sophisticated devices for implanting into the body or monitoring it. Yet most med school graduates are not versed in engineering. That needs to change.
While a divided Congress will likely mean gridlock, there are two economic policies likely to see significant change: trade and infrastructure.
Bumps in the road are dangerous, expensive and difficult to fix.
For twenty years people had been telling me how lucky I was to be in our field of research because “things” were changing for young women. Twenty years later “things” had not changed.
Labor Day is an excellent time for college instructors to commit to teaching students to take an interdisciplinary approach to solving the world's toughest problems, three professors argue.
Under representation of women in the science and engineering career fields is a result of poor work life balance.
Nanotechnology brings together multiple science disciplines to create devices that mimic the refinements of nature. It’s difficult – and exhilarating.
Whether or not you’ve ever used the word flutter, you’ve encountered the phenomenon – in flags, airplanes, bridges and more. Mathematicians are still figuring out exactly why and how this happens.
When structures collapse, what's involved in finding out what really happened?
The massive Hebron oil platform off the coast of Newfoundland is an engineering marvel. Here's how it was constructed.
The British inventor of the clockwork radio and over 200 other devices has died.
Employers now expect to hire people out of universities who don't require any training. That's why so-called experiential learning is becoming so critical for university students.
The shipping industry can learn from oil spills – if it wants to.
Adding a bit of fungus to the initial ingredient list might be one way to endow concrete with the ability to fill in any bits of damage that occur, without the need for human intervention.