Engineering Newsletter – September 2019

Here is your monthly dose of my Canadian engineering news created for licensed and aspiring engineers, geoscientists and technicians in Canada. Stay informed and impress your colleagues with your newfound knowledge. Engineers Making Headlines Expand U Waterloo engineering professor, Sriram Narasimhan created a robot that he claims can inspect bridges more reliably than people can,…

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Engineering Newsletter – August 2019

Here is your monthly dose of my Canadian engineering news created for licensed and aspiring engineers, geoscientists and technicians in Canada. Stay informed and impress your colleagues with your newfound knowledge. Engineers Making Headlines Expand Taylah Griffin, a Boeing systems engineer, is encouraging indigenous youth in Australia to enter STEM fields to close the diversity…

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Engineering Newsletter – July 2019

Here is your monthly dose of my Canadian engineering news created for licensed and aspiring engineers, geoscientists and technicians in Canada. Stay informed and impress your colleagues with your newfound knowledge. Engineers Making Headlines Expand Jennifer Anderson, who was the only girl in her class at Stanford, then the first female software engineer at VMware,…

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Engineering Newsletter – June 2019

Here is your monthly dose of my Canadian engineering news created for licensed and aspiring engineers, geoscientists and technicians in Canada. Stay informed and impress your colleagues with your newfound knowledge. Engineers Making Headlines Expand Air conditioners are playing an increasing role in global warming. Engineer Roland Dittmeyer, lead author of “Crowd oil not crude…

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Engineering Newsletter – May 2019

Here is your monthly dose of my Canadian engineering news created for licensed and aspiring engineers, geoscientists and technicians in Canada. Stay informed and impress your colleagues with your newfound knowledge. Engineers Making Headlines Expand NASA Engineer Bruce Callow is running workshops and encouraging students from Stoney Nakoda First Nation to pursue careers in the…

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