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Active And Collaborative Learning Exercises For A First Course In Fluid Mechanics
The education literature clearly shows that classroom instruction that requires students to actively participate is superior to the teacher-centered lecture mode of instruction. Moreover, instructional activities that...
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...
Using Microtubules to Illustrate Polymer Properties
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...
A Laboratory Session Development: Study of Mechanical Properties of Petroleum-Based Plastic Compost Bag and Biodegradable Plastic Compost Bag
There is a global interest in replacing oil-based synthetic plastics with biodegradable materials in order to enhance the biodegradability of the plastic materials and to reduce the amount of persistent plastic waste....
Writing a Book on the Role of Materials Science in Manufacturing for Instruction and Research: Lessons Learned
In 2006, the author and two colleagues published a materials science book that tried to integrate basic elements of processing science and manufacturing technology from a materials scientists viewpoint. The book project...
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