1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7

Latest Posts


How to Retain What You Learn After Professional Development Ends

Technical professionals are among the world’s highest-paid workers, earning an average starting salary of $91,010 USD. However, technical professionals who want to stay relevant in a rapidly evolving technological workforce often need to maintain their professional licenses and revamp their skills through continuing professional education ...
Read More

Watching Television Can Help Non-Native Speakers Improve English Skills

Are you stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic? Spend your time improving your English. One fun way that technical professionals can improve their English skills—and their career prospects—as a non-native speaker is to watch television shows in English.  A growing number of organizations see ...
Read More

Student Research Team Create Prototype of Secure Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) Communications System 

Autonomous vehicles have the potential to reduce traffic accidents. However, without proper security features that would protect them from hackers who seek to control them remotely—or from roadside vandals who might confuse them by damaging roadway infrastructure such as stop signs—autonomous vehicles could still pose ...
Read More

Can Plants and Humidity Be Harnessed to Generate Electricity?

While the global pandemic has created an uncertain future for renewables, new discoveries are giving researchers hope for a greener tomorrow. According to a pair of recently published studies from Tel Aviv University, two naturally abundant resources—plants and humidity—may revolutionize renewable energy in the future ...
Read More

How STEM Organizations Can Help Women Advance During the Pandemic

Science and engineering organizations were in the process of expanding their hiring efforts to include more women. However, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of female hires dropped across industries from 46.94% to 44.86%, with significant backslide in the technology industry, according ...
Read More

As Pandemic Increases Demand for 5G, Network Operators Plan to Avoid Delays

The coronavirus pandemic has created some major setbacks for telecommunications companies as they struggle to roll out 5G networks. At the same time, the pandemic is driving demand for the technology as people increasingly rely on the internet while working from home.  “We’ve seen the ...
Read More

Students and Educators Turn to Hybrid Labs, Simulation Software, and MOOCs for Distance Learning

During the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of college students all over the world had to finish their spring semesters online. While distance learning has helped some students continue their education off campus, it has also created major challenges for science and engineering students whose education relies ...
Read More

English Proficiency is Paramount for Engineering Students, Professionals, and Organizations

Today, engineers all over the world are increasingly working within global environments. With 67 countries declaring English as their official language, it has become the most common language spoken by engineering professionals and students. It is also the most commonly spoken language within international supply ...
Read More

Amid Pandemic, More Organizations are Adopting to the Cloud for Remote Work

The COVID-19 pandemic is fueling reliance on remote work, thereby increasing the need for cloud computing in organizations. The video conferencing platform Zoom has received a 300% day-to-day increase in use, according to a JPMorgan study. Additionally, Microsoft’s collaboration platform Teams saw a jump in ...
Read More