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View Resource New Formulas for America's Workforce 2: Girls in Science and Engineering

The first New Formulas covered about 220 grants from 1993 through 2001. New Formulas 2 updates the first volume by describing the roughly 100 grants made from 2002 through 2005. There are fewer educational demonstration projects but more social science research studies, dissemination activities, and projects that will provide technical assistance for the implementation of best practices. The...

View Resource Invention Convention

In this lesson, students work in groups to create products that can help address everyday annoyances. They then design business plans for the manufacturing and marketing of their inventions.

View Resource Modeling Edging Forces in Skiing using Merchant's Theory for Metal Cutting

Modeling Edging Forces in Skiing using Merchant's Theory for Metal Cutting is a website with slides demonstrating how Merchant's Theory relates to skiing. Pictures and equations are used to demonstrate forces in skiing. The edge and lean angles are used to describe how these forces are developed. Finally, the analogy between skiing and machining is clarified. Related material: "On the Skiability...

View Resource Technician Degree Program: AAS Nano Scientific Instrumentation

Scientists are creating new and amazing materials by manipulating molecules at the ultra-small scale of 0.1 to 100 nanometers. Nanosized super-particles demonstrate powerful and unprecedented electrical, chemical, and mechanical properties. This study examined how nanotechnology, as the multidisciplinary engineering driver of atomically precise products, is expected to disrupt industries and...

View Resource Our Future In Manufacturing: Existing Resources on the Image of Manufacturing Careers and Recruiting

SME is working to enhance the image of manufacturing as an important, rewarding, and exciting career field for young people. This PowerPoint presentation summarizes many existing resources for people who are seeking interesting ways to encourage young people to pursue careers in manufacturing. Many of these involve the SME directly, such as the STEPS program and other activities managed by the...

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