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.

Robotic Venus Flytrap

By: Arnutchay Sy, Reporter
Researchers turned a living Venus Flytrap plant into a cyborg robotic arm capable of grabbing objects.
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Creation of the Panama Canal

By: Zach Bloom, Reporter
In the end 32000 died while working on the Panama Canal. The Panama Canal was one of the first steps for America to place itself as a world power and changed the business of trade forever.
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The Dubai International Airport

The Dubai International Airport

By: Zach Bloom, Journalist
The airport is already the biggest in the world and this extension is only going to make it larger.
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Bacteriophages: The Enemy Made Into A Medicine

By: Jackson Whitaker, Journalist

Bacteriophages are all over the world and they are on you right now. Don't worry they have been modded and they only target bacteria. This is a really big deal because bacteria are becoming very strong,...

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Rio-Antirrio Mega Bridge

By: Skyla Tran, Journalist
The Rio-Antirrio bridge is one of the longest in the world.
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The History Of NFL Stadiums

By: Teddy Dehn, Journalist
NFL Stadiums Are One Of A Kind, But Which Stand Out The Most. From The Five Billion Dollar Super Stadium To A Stadium That's Been In Use For A Century Here Are Some Of The Most Memorable Stadiums In Football History
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All About Cave of the Winds

By: Dominik Rudnicki, Reporter
This is Cave of the Winds, and how it's decks were built.
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China’s Mega Airport

By: Isaac Villa Marin, Journalist
This is a story of the second international airport ion Beijing, and the process they made it and the benefits it will bring.
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What Bleaching Does To Your Hair

By: Madeline Seminaro, Reporter
Thinking about bleaching your hair? Want to know more about the consequences... or rather, the reward??? Well then this article is for you. In this article I talk about what could possibly go wrong and right and whether you could recover from those possible damages that you would do to your hair.
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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.
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New Skin Patch Monitors Multiple Aspects Of Your Health Simultaneously

By: Lena Tosounidis, Reporter
Monitoring your health can be time consuming and require lots of expensive equipment, but in San Diego, the engineers at the University of California have created a soft and stretchy skin patch that monitors several aspects of your health all at once.
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Traxxas and Latrax - What went wrong?

Traxxas and Latrax – What went wrong?

By: Jonathan Tabbal, Journalist
Traxxas' idea for a mini car, Latrax, was supposed to be a cheaper alternative but what went wrong?
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