Rice University engineers have developed faster techniques to model atom-flat materials for bottom-up design.
In-person training for process instrumentation and control (PIC) provides valuable training on-site for engineers, but online education can save time and money for everyone involved while giving engineers a base of knowledge they can build from.
This CFE Edu course explains how infrastructure must precede application, and at the end of day, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is constructed based on a plethora of industrial computing standards that define its infrastructure.
The Rice University Office of STEM Engagement (R-STEM) has won a $3 million National Science Foundation grant to help STEM faculty and staff enroll 20 greater Houston teachers.
Researchers at multiple universities are developing and researching potential uses for robots in industries such as inspection, medical, and automotive.
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Supply chain leaders won’t link with digitalization; AI has human workers nervous.
MESA International's on-demand course The Journey to Smart Manufacturing covers the fourth industrial revolution and what it will mean for manufacturers.
Cornell University's Women’s Outreach in Materials, Energy and Nanobiotechnology (W.O.M.E.N.) program helps promote scientific careers for high school girls curious about a career in science.
Lenze's Mechatronic Competence Campus (MCC) in Extertal, Germany, is a modern development and production facility for development, production, service and storage.