Research Suggests Wind Farms’ Generation Capacity Overestimated
New research in mesoscale atmospheric modeling suggests that the power capacity of large-scale wind farms may have been significantly overestimated.
4 Ways Engineers Can Avoid the “Dark” Side of Technology
I have come to wonder, is there a “dark side” to the unbridled speed that technological solutions provide in our industry? Is it possible that these tools hinder the true understanding of a project? As wonderful as technology is, it creates new challenges in quality control of the final product.
By Greg Koontz, PE, LS
ASFE to Host Webinar on Proofreading
May 22, 2013
John P. Bachner, Executive Vice President, ASFE/The Geoprofessional Business Association will lead a webinar titled, POOFREADING 101.
May 22, 2013
North Carolina A&T State University and Guilford Technical Community College have announced a new joint partnership.
May 21, 2013
North Carolina researchers have developed nanoscale particle networks that can be injected into the body to release insulin.
May 20, 2013
Duke University biomedical engineers have grown three-dimensional human heart muscle that acts just like natural tissue.
May 17, 2013
Three-dimensional printing, technically known as stereolithographic fabrication, can be used to create microwave invisibility cloaks.