4 Things the Automotive and Aerospace Industries Have in Common

July 20, 2017

At first glance, the aviation industry and automotive industry might not appear to be similar. Dig a little deeper under the surface and you’ll find they actually share many traits. These resemblances open the door for talent to easily transfer across industries. The Baby Boomer population is reaching retirement age, creating a skills gap as […]

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3 Career Advice Tips We Can Learn From Game of Thrones

July 10, 2017

(Be warned. Major spoilers up through season six ahead!) As we head into the final, two-part season of HBO’s thrilling fantasy epic, Game of Thrones, all things are coming to a cataclysmic head. Daenerys Targaryen, the “Mother of Dragons,” — along with a massive fleet that includes many of the characters — sails for King’s Landing to take back the Seven Kingdoms […]

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The Engineering Skills Gap and How Colleges are Fixing It

June 20, 2017

The engineering skills gap has long been a hot topic across the industry. There have been many different strategies employed to try to attract young people back to the profession. Businesses need more students to take STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) as the number of jobs needing these core skills are predicted to grow […]

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5 TED Talks Engineers Need to Watch

May 11, 2017

Ready to think outside of the box about engineering? We’ve got just what you need! These TED talks showcase some of the most exciting developments in engineering today. Learn how engineering is advancing our knowledge and technologies even further while building closer communities and helping to clean up our planet and beyond.

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8 Twitter Accounts Every Engineer Should Follow

April 27, 2017

With all spectrums of engineering constantly progressing, it can be a chore to stay on top of the latest breakthroughs and trends. That’s where Twitter comes in handy! The micronews platform allows industry pros to share breaking news as it happens so you never miss a beat. We’ve rounded up our must-follow Twitter accounts for […]

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The Meteoric Rise of Renewable Energy Technology

March 29, 2017

For most of human history, we have received most of our energy from sunshine, fire, muscle power, and wind. With the industrial revolution, coal-fired steam engines quickly gave way to petroleum-based fuels and internal combustion engines. When electricity came into use, it was produced by either hydropower, or some type of thermal plant that utilized […]

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