Engineering Round Up: Here's What Happened This Week in Engineering

Here's What Happened This Week in Engineering
Here's What Happened This Week in Engineering
Here's What Happened This Week in Engineering

Engineering Round Up: Here's What Happened This Week in Engineering

Below are the top stories reported in engineering this week from around the world. Check out our engineering news round-up post every Friday to stay up to date.

Water Membranes With a Message

MIT researchers have harnessed the power of water membranes. Specifically, the way water streams into a dome shape when you put a spoon under the faucet. 

Automakers bet on SUVs at Geneva Motor Show

Automakers looking to support sales in the face of global economic uncertainty are betting on new SUVs and the promise of high tech as they try to outshine each other at the Geneva International Motor Show.

FIRST Robotics Center at Kettering University gives Flushing team room to grow

The Flushing Raider Robotics Team 5561 was created for students to learn to work together as a team, gain professionalism and gather engineering and programming skills they can’t get in their high school classrooms.

VW Rejects Allegations It Didn't Give Timely Info on Scandal

Volkswagen on Wednesday rejected allegations that it didn't go public early enough with information on its emissions-rigging scandal.

10 Ways Nanotechnology Impacts Our Lives

Nanotechnology is a common word these days, but many of us don’t realize the amazing impact it has on our daily lives. 

2016 STEP Ahead Award Honorees & Emerging Leaders Announced

The Manufacturing Institute has announced the 2016 STEP Ahead Award Honorees and Emerging Leaders. These women have accomplished success within their companies and have proven to be leaders in the industry as a whole. 

Honeywell Walks Away from $90B Bid for United Technologies

Honeywell abandoned a bid worth more than $90 billion for rival United Technologies, saying it did not want to force a deal with an unwilling partner.