“Humanitarian engineers are working to make life better for people in the developing world, including helping them coping with disasters such as earthquakes and floods.” Humanitarian Engineering – engineering that makes a difference.
“Production engineering and manufacturing engineering are linked to the creation of products. Typically, a production engineer will focus on the systems used, whilst a manufacturing engineer’s focus is on the processes that allow the systems to work.” Tomorrow’s Engineers: From Idea to Career
Sports engineers use their engineering skills to develop materials, products and systems that support athletes to complete at top level, and help sport become more accessible for all.
Mechanical engineering is about designing, developing and improving mechanical components and systems that make our world and lives function; everything from nuclear fusion and artificial hearts to driverless cars. Put simply, mechanical engineering deals with anything that moves, including human beings! Tomorrow...
“Energy engineering is all about finding innovative ways to meet society’s energy needs. Energy is vital to daily life. It keeps the world moving and provides access to the things we need in order to survive, such as clean water, food and healthcare.” Tomorrow’s Engineers: From Idea to Career
Mini Map Makers is creating a Poster for STEM and STEAM for Cartography. How Cartography interacts with the elements! This is working progress and a draft copy will be out soon!
https://youtu.be/6aDgaTO_tvY Here are the instructions for the 11th Challenge in the Series run by Team STEAM#99 (Fulford School York).Wooden block size apporx.75x25x12mm. Each team given 54 blocks and 45min time limit EnjoyFocuses on design and engineering and balancing forcesCan be easily differentiated to make...
Webinar 1 was held at 7.00pm GMT on 10th November 2015. The following links provide access to various outputs:Edited recording (with sub-titles)Livestream chat log (time-ordered)Downloadable recording (this is a 491MB MP4 file - use the streamed edited recording unless you have connectivity problems. Right-click on...
Webinar 2 was held at 7.00pm GMT on 25th November 2015. The edited recording (sub-titles to be added) can be found here.(This resource was used to support the free online Managing Behaviour for Learning course run by the National Science Learning Network.)
Webinar 2 was held at 7.00pm GMT on 25th November 2015. The Livestream chat log (time-ordered) is attached.(This resource was used to support the free online Managing Behaviour for Learning course run by the National Science Learning Network.)