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  • Engineering Students Developing a 90 MPH B...(01:19)
  • University of Liverpool engineering students are currently working to create the fastest human powered vehicle ever. It’s Called the ARION1 Velocipede...
  • Date: April 23, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats
  • College Students Unlock Possible Advances ...(02:32)
  • The results of an experiment by two electrical engineering students at Purdue University may open up possibilities for patients with dementia and Alzh...
  • Date: July 09, 2014
  • Source: WGN
  • The Secrets of the Ultimate 1767 MPG Hyper...(08:41)
  • How far can a car go on one gallon of gas? That's the competition that University of Colorado Mechanic Engineering students will be taking on later th...
  • Date: April 22, 2014
  • Source: The Fast Lane Car
  • Helping Hand: Students Create 3D Hand for ...(01:36)
  • Jayme Sims smiled and gripped his new prosthetic fingers. The engineering students looked relieved. Sounds like something out of a Sci-Fi novel: Stud...
  • Date: June 20, 2014
  • Source: NewsFix DFW
  • Volcker Rule: Feds Put An End to Risky Tra...(01:38)
  • The Fed has approved the Volcker Rule, which in part puts an end to profiting through risky trading. Engineer Mary Barra just became the CEO of GM. So...
  • Date: December 10, 2013
  • Source: NowThis News
  • 95 Pound Car to Get 800 Miles Per Gallon?(01:49)
  • A group of University of New Haven engineering students are hoping to win big with their little car. They're traveling to Michigan to compete in the ...
  • Date: June 03, 2013
  • Source: FOXCT
  • The Basketball-Shooting Bots of FIRST Robo...(00:16)
  • A Robotic Version of March Madness took place Sunday as 66 teams competed in the New York regional of FIRST Robotics. The game: Rebound Rumble, a game...
  • Date: September 09, 2013
  • Source: Popular Mechanics