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#Engineering

Lyft just poached another Google engineering executive as it continues to siphon off talent from the search giant
Lyft has been quickly scaling up its engineering team as it continues to expand into things like bikes, scooters, and more. To keep up with the growth and manage its team of engineers that is now more than 1,000-strong, the ride-hailing company has poached ...
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Hatfield prepares for an engineering career
WAYNESFIELD — Alan Hatfield, 18, a senior at Waynesfield-Goshen High School is hoping to study engineering after he graduates. “I want to go to college to a be mechanical engineer. Right now I’m looking at Akron, Otterbein and [Ohio Northern ...
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BSU debuts Idaho's first biomedical engineering program
Idaho’s first biomedical engineering program will begin in the fall semester of 2019 at Boise State University. The program, which was approved by the Idaho State Board of Education in December, is a collaboration between multiple Boise State University ...
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A perfect 36: Dobyns-Bennett's Glynn aces ACT, going into biomolecular engineering
KINGSPORT — Allison Glynn, like her older sister in college, is pursuing a career in biomolecular engineering. Both are seniors graduating this spring — Allison from Dobyns-Benentt High School and Kaitlin from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
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Examining Inner Mongolia Energy Engineering Co., Ltd.’s (HKG:1649) Weak Return On Capital Employed
Today we are going to look at Inner Mongolia Energy Engineering Co., Ltd. (HKG:1649) to see whether it might be an attractive investment prospect. Specifically, we’re going to calculate its Return On Capital Employed (ROCE), in the hopes of getting some ...
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Artistry and engineering: Keene High hosts circus performers with a STEM focus
Last month, science and math students at Keene High School swapped protractors and beakers for a new set of classroom tools — swords and German wheels. These are key elements in each show mounted by Cirque Mechanics, a performance act that combines ...
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Teenage Engineering is making modular synths for the masses
Reasonable prices and compact sizes are the goal. Modular synths are all the rage right now. And it's not just the usual players either. Korg and Stylophone recently dipped their toes in the modular world. And now Teenage Engineering is getting on the ...
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Building a barbell for 1,000 pound deadlifts takes careful engineering and lots of testing
Way back in 1987, at the Pure Strength strongman competition in Scotland, iconic strength athlete Jón Páll Sigmarsson successfully lifted a 1,005-pound contraption made of two huge wagon wheels connected by a thick wooden post. Before he put the weight ...
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Melvindale High School wins $653,000 grant to establish engineering career pathways program
Already boasting an internationally renowned robotics program, Melvindale High School (MHS) is finding new ways to shape its students’ futures in an increasingly tech-driven world. As part of the Detroit Robotics Consortium, MHS applied for — and won ...
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ASU graduates first 5 Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering students
ASU graduates first 5 Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering students In May 2014, the Texas Tech University System Board of Regents approved the addition of a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering at Angelo State. Check out this story on gosanangelo ...
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