Imagine driving through city streets without civil engineering. This would take you back pretty quickly. Civil engineering was born in London when the smell of human excrement was so strong parliament had to hold off on their session. The idea of a modern sewer system was born, and the initial foray into civil engineering began. . . .
Engineering and industry go hand-in-hand. And industrial engineering is at the heart of applying applied scientific methodologies to improve industrial outcomes. In fact, industrial engineering is sort of like engineering, well, engineering. These engineers apply the applied scientific mindsets of engineering to complex processes, systems and organizations. What other engineers and managers build, you fine . . .
Chemical engineering is at the heart of almost all great scientific and engineering advancements. From concrete used for skyscrapers that's more resistant to torsion and also lighter; to the science behind why Huggies work, chemical engineering is a large part of why the 20th and 21st century was the way it was. If you find . . .
Electrical engineering is a lucrative degree with an opportunity for high pay and the ability to work on rewarding projects. These days, a degree that pays nearly $100,000 per year is typically a master's or doctoral degree. But not when it comes to electrical engineering. As an electrical engineer you'll have the opportunity to branch . . .
Machine learning and artificial intelligence are said to be the "next frontier" in business. To the outsider looking in, artificial intelligence seems daunting and maybe even downright scary. Are we creating a monster with these new advancements in machine learning? Hardly. The fact is that human interaction with computers has become normalized with smartphones. Wielding . . .
Biochemistry is the science of life. All our life processes - walking, talking, moving, feeding - are essentially chemical reactions. So biochemistry is actually the chemistry of life, and it's supremely interesting. - Aaron Ciechanover Chemistry is the science of energy, matter, and how they interact. It is compelling, universal, and constantly omnipresent in our . . .
The process of how food is made provides both an engrossing puzzle, a great opportunity to promote health outcomes, and a big business. Nearly every container in every grocery store comes with a compelling story. From almost completely unprocessed greens from down the street, to highly processed food products that have a shelf life of . . .
The study of crime and criminals informs and helps to define societies that work and don’t work. By studying “why” crime happens, and what leads individuals to criminal acts, we can begin to isolate and fix root causes behind maladaptive behavior. While there will always be a portion of every society that deviates from social . . .