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Meet the Inspiring Teachers Leading the Way to Help Students Discover Engineering

Submitted by toni.griffin on Jul 29 2015

 

DiscoverE Honors the Best and Brightest With the 2015 Educator Awards

Registration is open for IPTC 2015

Submitted by toni.griffin on Jul 28 2015

 

Under the Patronage of His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Emir of Qatar

Vote Now: E4U2 People’s Choice Award

Submitted by toni.griffin on Jul 10 2015

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Engineering Solutions for Sustainability:  Materials & Resources Symposium March 18-19, 2015

Submitted by toni.griffin on Apr 6 2015

 

More than 70 attendees participated in Engineering Solutions for Sustainability:  Materials & Resources Symposium March 18-19, 2015 at TMS’ annual meeting in Orlando, FL.  They heard from nearly 60 speakers on energy, transportation, housing, and recycling.  Themes included:

The 9th Edition of IPTC

Submitted by toni.griffin on Feb 11 2015

THERE IS STILL TIME TO BE PART OF IPTC

Abstract Submission Deadline Extended to 28 February 2015

WES 2015 - Call for papers

Submitted by toni.griffin on Jan 12 2015

 

In July 2015, Singapore will once again host the World Engineers Summit on Climate Change (WES) 2015, focusing on the theme ‘Sustainable Urban Development for Global Climate Resilience’.  After its successful inaugural event in 2013, WES has become an anticipated platform by the global community to exchange insights and ideas to address the effects of climate change.

Engineering for You Video Contest 2 - $25,000 Grand Prize

Submitted by toni.griffin on Jan 7 2015

 

IUMRS Global Leadership and Service Award

Submitted by toni.griffin on Jan 7 2015

 

In cooperation with MEP Carlos Zorrinho, Member of ITRE, the International Union of Materials Research Societies, IUMRS, announces the first Global Leadership and Service Award that honors individuals in materials research, education and policy.

January 12, 2015 Deadline for NIOSH OMSHR Funding Opportunity

Submitted by michele.lawrie-munro on Dec 28 2014

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health’s (NIOSH) Office of Mine Safety and Health Research (OMSHR) is seeking concept papers for the modification or final development of new mining safety and health technology. Under this Broad Agency Announcement, proposals related to all mining health and safety issues are welcome, including surveillance or predictive information that could produce useful data for identifying future technology needs.

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