EUGENE, OR, USA — /PRNewswire/ — College Choice, an authority in college and university rankings and resources, has published a ranking of the 15 Best Online Bachelor’s in Software Engineering Degrees for 2017,
Software engineers are on the front lines of the innovative American economy, and in the next few years, the employment of software engineers is projected to increase by a huge 22%. Continue reading →
In this session from the NIST Colloquium Series, Ken Adler, author of “The Measure of All Things: The Seven Year Odyssey and Hidden Error that Transformed the World”, tells the story of the seven-year, trouble-filled 18th century expedition that established the distance for the meter … and about the secret “error” held from the public about this famous measurement. Continue reading →
This course provides an introduction to the chemistry of biological, inorganic, and organic molecules. The emphasis is on basic principles of atomic and molecular electronic structure, thermodynamics, acid-base and redox equilibria, chemical kinetics, and catalysis.
In an effort to illuminate connections between chemistry and biology, a list of the biology-, medicine-, and MIT research-related examples used in 5.111 is provided in Biology-Related Examples.
Development and implementation of the biology-related materials in this course were funded through an HHMI Professors grant to Prof. Catherine L. Drennan. Continue reading →
Online — Taking measure is what they do at NIST, both figuratively and literally. They are constantly looking ahead to where science and technology are going so that they can figure out how to best serve our country.
Their researchers are experts in measurement science, which is key to—among other things—making sure that citizens get the right dose of medicine, that car and computer parts built around the world fit together, and that we have the foundational knowledge we need to create new technologies.
Through this blog, they plan to share with their excitement and passion for the work they do. Continue reading →
May 8, 2015—The Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MFET) students and faculty in the Purdue School of Engineering Technology celebrated the joint creation and development of the Purdue Integrated Process Education System (PIPES) laboratory during an open house hosted at the West Lafayette, Ind., campus on Friday, May 8th.
Through the generous support and donations from industry partners Endress+Hauser; Rockwell Automation; George E. Booth Co., Inc.; Kirby Risk Corporation and other suppliers (American Melt Blown and Filtration, Artek, Inc., BMWC Constructors, Lester Sales Company, Complete Controls, Hoffman, Samson Controls, Inc., Smith-Cooper International, StoneL, and Wilken Enterprises), Purdue University will be the new home to a state-of-the-practice process education lab for students.
Donations to Purdue University included process measurement instrumentation, a control system, control panels, servers, hardware, piping, large industrial water tanks, pumps, valves, cabling, and engineering guidance. Continue reading →