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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.

Manual for CNC Shark HD4

By: Desmond Kraft, Journalist
This is a link to the manual for the Shark HD4 CNC machine.
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Indian Brothers Build Car-Copter

Indian Brothers Build Car-Copter

By: Gary Taylor, Journalist
Ishwardin Prajapati and Parmeshwardin Prajapati, two Indian brothers from Uttar Pradesh, India, transformed their Suzuki Wagon R into a helicopter-like vehicle. They purchased the car for 100,000 rupees (about $1,300) and made extensive modifications over several weeks in their makeshift workshop.
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Asthma

By: Nylah Nasim, Journalist
Asthma attacks have a variety of symptoms, from wheezing and coughing, to shortness of breath. These attacks make breathing difficult, and severe attacks can be fatal.
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UK begins program to develop first indigenous hypersonic missile

UK Starts Project to Develop Its First Hypersonic Missile

By: Cooper Shealy, Journalist
Suppliers will have the chance to compete for eight different parts of the project over the next seven years, according to a statement from the UK’s Defense Equipment and Support (DE&S). This project was announced late last year after the UK said it wanted to speed up the development of its super-fast missile system while also strengthening its collaboration with Australia and the United States through AUKUS.
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A Tire Factory In Thailand Will Have The World’s Largest Rooftop Solar Farm

By: Miles Kowalewski, Journalist
A tire factory in Thailand will have the world's largest solar farm. They have 40,000 solar panels all over the top of their roof.
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Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo

By: Diego Martinez, journalist
Cristiano Ronaldo is a professional soccer player and a model. Some people have the opinion that Ronaldo is the best player in the world, but others say the best player in the world is Messi.
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What Causes Death

By: Simrin Puri, Journalist
Death is something that everyone will experience. However, in Arizona, there is a cryonics lab, by the name of Alcor, where 199 people and heads are frozen, waiting to be woken up in the future. 
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The Kurilpa Bridge By Steve Collis from Melbourne, Australia - Brisbane, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=24307174

What is Tensegrity?

By: Andrei Daquioag, Journalist
You can imagine tension being like a game of tug-of-war. Both sides are pulling the string towards themselves, leading to the string becoming tense and fully stretched out. Some things like metal cable and string are great at taking on a lot of tension.
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How To Make A House In 80 Hours

How To Make A House In 80 Hours

By: Landon Tucker, Journalist
Though, typically, it takes years to build military ships, in WWII, the US manufactured the Liberty ships in 42 days! NASA, which funded a $57 million project to develop tech for moon side 3D-printed infrastructure!
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Cultivated Meat

Cultivated Meat

By: Nylah Nasim, Journalist
Lab grown meat starts from cells, harvested from the base animal, such as a chicken or cow. But these specific cells have to be able to multiply, and become muscle and fat cells.
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Penguin Inspired AUV

Penguin Inspired AUV

By: Bryan Xi, Journalist
Penguins, the swift swimmers of Antarctica; the perfect model for an underwater drone. That's exactly what the German company EvoLogics thought when the built the Quadroin AUV.
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The Evolution of the Piano

The Evolution of the Piano

By: Christine Nguyen, Journalist
Pianos are known for being the most played instrument in the world, although, many do not know the long history of the piano and how it has become what it is today.
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