September Graduate Student Engineer of the Month – Zishu Cao

I’m Zishu Cao. I’m a PhD student majored in chemical engineering. I’m from China I’m graduate student engineer of the month for September 2019 I chose UC because UC has great research programs, provides scholarships for outstanding students Also UC has very beautiful campus and great international student service. I choose Chemical Engineering because I’m […]

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Microchip Technology SAM R34 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kit | Featured Product Spotlight

My name is Ian Pearson. I’m an Applications Engineer with microchip and I also look after the Wireless and IOT solutions group in Europe. Today we’re going to look at the SAM R34 X Pro development kit for LoRaWAN. This is an evaluation board to help customers develop with both the new SAM R34 SiP, […]

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Discover Your STEM Career: Applied Sciences Engineer (Viewers Ages 5-9)

I’m Laura! I’m an Engineering Applied Science Trainee at Ontario Power Generation and today I’m going to show you a bit about what I do. [Pencil scratches] [Upbeat music] The X-Lab is our innovation centre at Ontario Power Generation and what we’re looking to do is bring in new technology to solve problems that the […]

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Caterpillar College of Engineering and Technology

SPEAKER 1: You have so many different advantages going to a midsize, nationally recognized engineering school like Bradley. You have research opportunities that you receive at a larger school. You have the career opportunities from world-class companies coming to hire students. And its students are given the ability to interact with the professors much more. […]

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Genetic Engineering – Seven Wonders of the Microbe World (6/7)

Microbes outnumber all other species and make up most living matter. They’re invaluable for humans to be able to survive and thrive – and we’re continually discovering how to exploit them…including genetically modifying them to produce medicines, food and fuel. The first organisms to be genetically modified were ECOLI bacteria, by Herbert Boyer and Stanley […]

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Behind the design: An engineer’s tour of Surface Studio

Coming up We look at the design and craftsmanship of Surface Studio. Our new category of device. Enabling new modes of productivity. When we set out to design the Surface Studio, Our goal wasn’t just to create an all-in-one desktop. We wanted to deliver a transformative desktop experience. Whether you are multi-tasking between applications or […]

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Engineering ‘The Black Rifle’: Why the AR-15 Is the Most Popular Gun in the U.S.

Lately, you’ve seen THIS weapon in the news a lot. These firearms elicit emotions for millions of Americans. Some want these weapons to be available and unrestricted, some want to regulate them, and some want to ban them outright. But what do you know about these rifles? How do they work? And why did they […]

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Engineering Career Advice – Honest & Sincere Appreciation – 1% Engineer Show 019

In this episode, we talk about how showing honest and sincere appreciation, will help you become more likable to your boss and colleagues. What’s up everyone, this is Jake Voorhees, and you are watching Episode 019 of The 1% Engineer Show. We’re on to Principle 2 of “How To Win Friends and Influence People”, the […]

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