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Materials Engineering@USM

So I found out that starting from this September intake, one of the requirements to enter Bachelor of Engineering (Materials Eng.) at USM is to pass an interview.  819 more words

Scientists gave a stadium an ultrasound to reveal its hidden flaws

At the corner of Lindsay Street and Yanceyville Avenue in Greensboro, North Carolina, a nearly 100-year old baseball stadium is crumbling.

Many of World War Memorial Stadium’s scars are obvious. 321 more words


Welcome to Material Sam!

Who am I? I’m Sam, a Research Engineer in the Micro- and Nano- Materials and Technologies Centre for Doctoral Training (MiNMaT CDT) at the University of Surrey, researching carbon fibre composites… 141 more words

Designing a Helicopter

Okay,  okay, so this is kind of an off-topic post. But it does involve engineering design and materials engineering, so I thought I’d share it. 1,053 more words


The wonders of Materials Engineering are endless! <3 They don’t have such a printer yet here at Case.


Any laser sintering equipment would be a nice addition to their collection of FDM and SLA printers. Let’s seeeeeee. :)


CTSC TL1 Trainee Ben Mac Murray Helps Advance Artificial Organ and Prosthetic Development with New Material

In the journal Advanced Materials, a team of Cornell engineers recently published findings related to their development of a new lightweight and stretchable material that may improve the creation of prosthetic body parts, artificial organs, and soft robots, an emerging field of engineering focused on the development of more flexible, less rigid machines capable of complex motion that more closely resembles natural movement. 586 more words

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11/10/15: Daily Post

Yesterday, I set up ChemCAD on a bunch of computers in one of the campus computer labs. I had some help from several people on campus and the folks at ChemStations, so that made it go a little quicker. 166 more words

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