ESTEEM Center for Equity in Science, Technology, Engineering, English & Math



Fluid Dynamics (Liquids & Gases)

Fluid Mechanics Engineering works with the flow of fluids (liquids and gases). It has several sub-disciplines, including aerodynamics (the study of air and other gases in motion) and hydrodynamics (the study of liquids in motion).

playing with water 7 by wester is marked with CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

MIT’s New Portable Desalination Unit

By: Lena Tosounidis, Journalist
Water is essential for life, but safe drinking water isn't always available. Researchers at MIT have developed a portable desalination unit that can transform salty seawater into fresh, clean water with the press of a button.
Read Story
The original Super-Soaker prototype and its inventor, Lonnie Johnson. by Communicator is marked with CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

The Super Soaker

By: Grant Le, Journalist
Have you ever been having a nice walk in a searing summer day when you come face to face with a NASA  rocket engineer with a gun and a menacing smile? Well I haven't encountered any scenario of the such, but if you have, please call the authorities.
Read Story
Shell Gas Station by JeepersMedia is marked with CC BY 2.0.

Why Gas Prices Are At An All Time High

By: Danny Bullis, Journalist
As gas prices reach all time highs, in just 2022 an average family will spend $2,000 more on just gas alone.
Read Story

The Assassin’s Teapot

By: Oliver Tabbal, Journalist
The assassin's teapot is an old chinese invention that can pour two drinks interchangeably. Learn more about how it works.
Read Story

How Thermometers Work

By: Camryn Swift , Journalist
Thermometer are widely used all of the world, but how do these small, simple inventions work?
Read Story
Roman aqueduct by Wolfgang Staudt is marked with CC BY 2.0.

The Aqueducts of Ancient Rome

By: Thomas Ahern, Journalist
The aqueducts, or waterways of ancient rome transferred freshwater up to 80 miles from springs, lakes, and underground bodies of water, to cities.
Read Story
White Metal Water Bottle on Stones by Mark Lincoln is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

CrazyCap Water Bottle

By: Aidan Bishop, Journalist
Water is something all people need, but sometimes you need to refill your water bottle but there isn't any clean water.
Read Story

Vertical farming water system

By: Luke Hutchinson, Journalist

Generally, vertical farming uses 95% less water than regular farming. Farm engineers have recently made and patented a dehumidification system allowing to reuse of water that farm plants evaporate during...

Continue Reading
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

By: Allen Chhu, Journalist
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?

By: Thomas sites, Author
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
Rock salt crystals by włodi is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

How Does Salt Melt Snow?

By: Madeline Seminaro, Journalist
Why does salt, a component that seasons our foods, melt ice? This all starts with frozen water, that is what snow an ice are made up of after all.
Read Story

How Does Steam Power Work?

By: Thomas sites, Reporter
One of the biggest events in engineering was the invention of the steam engine. This made transport and automation infinitely better.
Read Story
Load More Stories
Activate Search
ESTEEM Center for Equity in Science, Technology, Engineering, English & Math
Fluid Dynamics (Liquids & Gases)