Materials professors commonly ask homework questions derived from textbook readings, only to have students find the answers faster using internet resources such as Wikipedia or Google. While we hope students will...
Microtubules are a biopolymer, which assembles in vitro within minutes via noncovalent interactions from thousands of tubulin proteins at a temperature of 37 degrees Celsius. The large size (25 nm in diameter and...
Pressure vessels are designed to contain pressure and withstand the operating mechanical and thermal transients for a specified design life. In addition they are designed to safety to leak before break (LBB). LBB...
Microelectronic Engineering and Nanotechnology Education for Undergraduates and Pre-College Students
The extension of microelectronics to new frontiers that include MEMS, nanotechnology, flexible electronics, biotechnology, energy and solid state lighting is inevitable. Development of a necessary multi faceted work...
Materials science and engineering knowledge is vital for a solid foundation in mechanical engineering. However, often students lose interest in this subject under the pressure of other mainstream subjects such as...
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