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Materials Engineer Interview

Please tell us about yourself. How did you end up in such an offbeat, unconventional and interesting career?

Being a resident of Anushakti Nagar, Mumbai (born and raised), which houses the nuclear community of India, I did my schooling from Atomic Energy Central School. 1,601 more words


Content Writer Interview

A full-time writer, Harshita Srivastava is the author of ‘One In A Million’ that got published by Mahaveer Publishers in April 2013 in her final year of Mechanical Engineering at G.L. 1,222 more words

Excludes Science/Medical

And why should I know that?


But seriously, why bother?? I think there are a lot of reasons- I bet you think there are a lot of reasons- and I really hope that through this blog we can start to figure it out together! 561 more words

Bigger isn’t better: Smaller engineering teams are the key to innovation

(Source: thenextweb.com)

We used to make scientific leaps. Engineers, scientists, and manufacturers once made bold steps and drove the human race forward. Less than 10 years passed from developing jet engines to launching a supersonic aircraft into the sky and 20 years from the first fully automatic computer to one that took us to the moon. 1,318 more words


Nuclear Power (II)

This is my second and last post about the book. Some more links and quotes below.

“Many of the currently operating reactors were built in the late 1960s and 1970s. 1,434 more words