2019-11-04 - Brian Santo

Blog: The Growing Risk of the Fix-It-Later Culture

Some in the high tech industry mistake irresponsibility for "disruption." We can't let those people run the auto industry.

2019-10-25 - Cabe Atwell

8 Tech Projects for Halloween

It's that tinkering time again: Halloween brings out the best in DIY haunted mansion engineering projects.

2019-10-24 - Martin Rowe

Engineer Survey: Some Things Change Never Change

The 2019 IEEE GlobalSpec Pulse of Engineering survey shows the age-old problem of "do more with less." Yet, engineer opinions…

2019-09-24 - George Leopold

Nasa’s Hard-Earned Lessons Yield Reliability

Technology disasters have helped refocus attention on safety and engineering excellence at NASA.

2019-09-23 - George Leopold

Are We in a Reliability Crisis?

Is it so much to ask that technologies work as advertised and - oh, by the way - not kill…

2019-09-20 - Junko Yoshida

Safety Standards as an Afterthought

What do spontaneously combusting hoverboards have in common with the catastrophic crashes of Boeing 737 Max airliners?

2019-08-15 - Casper Koomen

Blog: The Need for an Engineering ‘Hippocratic Oath’

To develop smart cities that serve people, planet and society, engineers might consider adopting a Hippocratic Oath for Engineering to…

2019-07-15 - Junko Yoshida

Blog: Time to Consider the Human Side of Technologies

If the tech community is genuinely interested in advocating "smart cities," technologists need to become more thoughtful and more involved…

2019-06-20 - Sam Bowman

Blog: Why Engineers Should Pursue Careers in Asia

Here’s what you need to know about working in Asia and why it’s an avenue that you should pursue in…

2019-06-13 - Brian Santo

It’s Time to put an ‘A’ in STEM

There's an insatiable need for engineers - or so we're told. We took a look at the skills that are…