Engineering Fields

If “engineering” is defined as “the use of science and math to design and make everything that has ever been, or will ever be, made.” Then the number of different fields in engineering is limitless. Take anything for which one might be able to design and fabricate a better solution and stick the word “engineering” after it and you have coined a new field of engineering.

006020plastic_ocean_trash by cesarharada.com is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

What is Wasteshark?

The WasteShark can pick up floating debris, plastic, and micro-plastics in water, as well as alien vegetation like duckweed and English ivy.
Read Story
Personalised Medicine by GDS Infographics is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Personalized Drugs

By: An Nguyen
Modern medicine has developed the ability to create medicine specifically for our individual gene patterns.
Read Story
Pointe Shoes

Pointe Shoes

Ever wondered what it would be like to stand on your toes for several hours? Would it hurt? Well this article will explain all about pointe shoes.
Read Story
The Silver Line Expansion

The Silver Line Expansion

One of the biggest upcoming projects in the D.C. metro area will help many people and let people have direct access to D.C. from Dulles International Airport.
Read Story
[220/365] Nuclear Fear (Explored) by pasukaru76 is marked with CC0 1.0

Fission and Fusion – What is it?

Fission and fusion, the two most clean energy sources we have yet to discover, but we can only harness one.
Read Story
Wind turbine blades by vaxomatic is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Turbine Cooling Turns Night Into Day

By: Adam Mokatrin, Journalist
It can be difficult to keep turbines working effectively on a humid summer day.
Read Story

3D Printing Medical Implants

By: Adam Mokatrin, Journalist
Researchers have flipped traditional 3D printing to create some of the most intricate biomedical structures yet, advancing the development of new technologies for regrowing bones and tissue.
Read Story
My way was 406 meters long! ☆ „Thanks for the Flickr explore p17“ by ANBerlin [Ondré] is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

World’s Longest Suspension Bridge

The longest suspension bridge is Arouca. It is 1,692 feet long and is 570 feet above its river level.
Read Story
Spoked wheel from Sturdy Edge Modules by Michał Kosmulski is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

Origami Design Type Wheels!?

A company named Hankook started to build and design newer ways for wheels to be used for various uses. Its been several years for this product to be finish but now Hankook finally got a fully working flexible wheels.
Read Story
HMS Monmouth Passing Under the Suez Canal Bridge at Al Qantara, Egypt by Defence Images is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

How the Suez Canal got Clogged

How did the Suez Canal get clogged? Check out this story to find out.
Read Story
OMAX WaterJet Cutter by jeanbaptisteparis is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

How Does a Water Cutter Work?

A water cutter is a very useful tool for engineers when they need a specific piece for their device. A water cutter is a tool that uses high pressure water to cut through wood, metal, and even diamonds.
Read Story
Quonset California Cabin by SteelMaster Buildings is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

The Voxel – A Self Sustaining Quarantine Cabin

A group of people from the IAAC have designed and built a beautiful quarantine cabin, called the Voxel.
Read Story
Load More Stories
Activate Search
ESTEEM Center:  "We actually DO stuff with Science & Math."
Engineering Fields