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 Janelle Wellons is suggesting humans consider settling on Saturn’s moon, Titan. Humans would not need pressure suits to…

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  Q: Will my PhD or MSc count towards my required experience for PEO or APEGA? I have an engineering PhD from the University of Alberta, a thesis-based MSc degree in geotechnical engineering from another country, and a BSc in civil engineering. I am registered as an EIT (engineer in training) with APEGA but am…

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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 Engineer David Denkenberger is preparing to feed earth’s 8 billion people in the event of a nuclear winter. He estimates…

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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 Engineer Roy Allela has created gloves that convert sign language into speech. The gloves have flex sensors on each finger…

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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 Quebec engineer Frederic Pelletier leads a NASA exploration mission to a space rock called Ultima Thule, 1.6 billion km past…

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