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Fostering Creativity and Innovation in Engineering Students
In a recent article in Harvard Business Review, it's argued that a country's economic compositeness is tied directly to its ability to mobilize and harness the creative energies of its people. Although America may be...
Applications of RFID Technology and Smart Parts in Manufacturing
In this paper, industrial and consumer applications of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) are explored. The state-of-the-art and development in RFID technology is reviewed. A currently operative smart parts based...
Why Build Things Small?: Shrinking the Electronic Circuit
In this activity, students learn there are several reasons for "building things small": for the sake of technology and of science. Nanoscale science and engineering, the fabrication and analysis of objects, devices, and...
Basic Mechanical Properties at Multiple Length Scales
University of Maryland, Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) Lab Coordinator Robert Bonenberger, Ph.D., MSE Professor and Chair Robert M. Briber, Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) Associate...
Introduction to Materials Joining Information and Curriculum (Demonstration Disk)
This website directs users to how they can obtain a free copy of the
Introduction to Materials Joining Information and Curriculum Demonstration Disk.
Through the efforts of the Ohio Department of Education (Career...
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