11 hrs ago
Genomatica, Inc. Named A 2015 Technology Pioneer By
Genomatica announced it has been named a 2015 World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer.
15 hrs ago
Born in 1940 in Wichita, Kansas, where he grew up, David Koch is co-owner of Koch Industries with his older brother Charles.
20 hrs ago
Is there Medicinal Value in Discarded Fruit Parts? Kettering University Researchers are Finding Out
"If you think about it, we eat the fruits of these substances because they taste good and have nutritious value," said .
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Wilfred Agbenyikey Earns Doctoral Degree at Umass Lowell
Wilfred Agbenyikey of Framingham, who earned a doctoral degree in work environment, received the Lorin E. Kerr Award from the Department of Work Environment.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Cape Cod Times
Engineers toy with science of building dolls
If a University of Illinois engineering student and a recent graduate are successful, girls soon will be accessorizing their dolls with science safety goggles and lab coats instead of hair bows and purses.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Rowan University grad shares Peace Corps experience in Guinea, West Africa
Kelly Barb, of Mantua, is shown in this picture during her time with the Peace Corps in Guinea, West Africa.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Female engineers plan to make dolls with scientific inspiration
Janna Eaves holds a computer rendering of the Miss Possible doll. The University of Illinois engineering student has designed a set dolls featuring prominent scientists such as Marie Curie with software applications for girls to do science experiments.
The Citizens' Voice
Bruce Balliet of Drums graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in environmental studies/sociology/criminology from Albight College, Reading.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Deacom Supports American Chemical Society (ACS) Scholars Program
Deacom, Inc ., producer of a modern ERP software solution for process manufacturing companies, announced today that they are proud to support the American Chemical Society Scholars Program via sponsorship of the 11 Annual Chemical Industry Golf Tournament hosted by Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates .
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Get known to the prospects in chemical engineering jobs
Do you find scientific formulas luring enough to be dealt with, on a daily basis? Are you a science geek, who finds science in every living thing and the world all around? If yes, then finding your abode in chemical engineering can surely be an apt idea.
Solar energy that doesn't block the view
Researchers have developed a new type of solar concentrator that when placed over a window creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window.
Cambridge University and mystery industry backer to explore heat tolerant chocolate
The university's Department of Chemical Engineering & Biotechnology, financially supported by an undisclosed industry backer, will investigate how chocolate can remain solid and retain qualities sought by consumers - when stored in warm climates.
Cindy Crawford withdraws kids from school
The 48-year-old supermodel and her husband Rande Gerber have decided not to allow Presley, 15, and Kaia, 12, to return to Malibu High School after routine soil tests found elevated levels of PCBs - chemicals which can cause cancer and damage immune and reproductive systems - in window caulking in four of 10 classrooms checked at random.
Foundation grant to UA researcher to further breast cancer device
"I feel extremely good, together with my local business partner, Dr. ," Puskas said in a recent interview.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
Infrastructure report: Power up the next stage
Alison Andrew has taken over as Transpower chief executive as it finishes a $2 billion upgrade.
Electric Bugs Used To Detect Water Pollution
Scientists from our Department of Chemical Engineering have developed a low-cost device that could be used in developing countries to monitor the quality of drinking water in real time without costly lab equipment.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Best job in the world? 'Doctor of chocolate' sought by Cambridge University
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Cambridge Evening News
Cambridge University seeks a 'doctor of chocolate' for PhD project
Cambridge University is looking for a sweet-toothed PhD student to work on a project aimed at inventing a heat-resistant chocolate bar.
Cambridge Univ Scouting for First 'Doctor of Chocolate'
Cambridge University is offering a chance to scientists and chocolate fans to indulge their sweet tooth by becoming a 'doctor of chocolate' at the prestigious institution.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
SRR intern breaking the status quo of engineering field
Submitted photo Tim Baughman, SRR design authority engineer and mentor to Christina Santos, explains the slurry pump on Tank 22 in SRR's H Tank Farm.