Skill Boss is a fully-functional, tabletop-sized mechatronics system designed to assess over 60 performance-based, industry-relevant skills.
3D printing - or additive manufacturing – is expected to reach $2.3 billion by 2020, allowing for personalized care, pre-surgical planning and pre-clinical drug testing.
SHARON, Pa. — From sixth grade STEAM campers to high school college visitors, each semester, Penn State Shenango welcomes these and other students to see what is unique and special about the downtown Sharon campus.
MIDDLETOWN — Deanna DeMatteo, a second-year veterinary technology student at Middlesex Community College, ties a neat bow, securing the endotracheal tube she has just inserted in the mouth of her canine patient.
DANBURY, Conn., November 2, 2017 – Praxair, Inc. (NYSE: PX) announced that it will be offering a limited number of in-kind grants to select North American universities through its surface technologies business. The grant recipients will receive material and engineering assistance to support metal additive manufacturing courses and projects from Praxair Surface Technologies (PST).
ROCHESTER HILLS, MI - FANUC America Corporation has introduced four new national training certifications for robotics and advanced automation manufacturing. The certifications are the first ever for robot operations, programming and integrated vision.
The LaGuardia Studio at New York University (NYU), a 3D printing studio, offers students, faculty, alumni, researchers, and visiting artists the chance to take advantage of cross-discipline curricula when creating innovative designs.
At Horn High School in Mesquite, there's a cadaver in the classroom!
By 2022, there will be 1.8 million unfilled cyber security jobs, according to the latest (ISC)2 global information security workforce study.
“In Europe, the shortfall is projected to be around 350,000, with the UK’s share of unfilled cyber security jobs expected to be around 100,000,” said Adrian Davis, managing director for the Middle East, Europe and Africa at (ISC)2.
Robots are a way of the future. They can be found inside manufacturing and distribution centers and state-of-the-art factories and at Texas State Technical College.
Students can now enroll in Robotics Technology, one of four new programs being offered at TSTC’s Fort Bend County campus, and learn how to program and operate a fast-growing robotic population.