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  • Engineers create new architecture for vaporizable electronic...
  • Engineers from Cornell University and Honeywell Aerospace have demonstrated a new method for remotely vaporizing electronics into thin air, giving devices the ability to vanish - along with their valuable data - if they[...]
  • Date Posted:: 25/Jan/2018
  • Degree in flying car engineering offered online
  • Flying cars will be hottest topic on planet, says Prof Thrun, who designed the course For those looking for an unusual degree course, one in flying car engineering may just fit the bill. The online course is being offer[...]
  • Date Posted:: 25/Jan/2018
  • Dogara seeks end to quackery in engineering profession
  • Yakubu Dogara, Speaker of the House of Representatives on Monday called for deliberate efforts toward eliminating quackery in the engineering profession. As provided in the Engineers (Registration, etc.) Act, Cap. E11,[...]
  • Date Posted:: 23/Jan/2018
  • Oil spill disasters in the past 50 years
  • Concerns are growing over an oil slick off China’s east coast  after an Iranian tanker, the Sanchi, exploded and sank a week  ago following a collision at sea. Here is a look back at the major oil spill[...]
  • Date Posted:: 22/Jan/2018
  • Sun-rich countries confirm nine new solar projects after hug...
  • An international group of sun-rich nations confirmed nine new solar energy projects in five countries this week following a dramatic drop in price for the technology. Meeting at the World Future Energy Summit during Abu[...]
  • Date Posted:: 19/Jan/2018
  • NNPC, APWEN To Support Female Engineers
  • The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has said that it is ready to collaborate with the Association of Professional Women Engineers of Nigeria (APWEN) to encourage female children to study Engineering. Group[...]
  • Date Posted:: 18/Jan/2018
  • Denmark facing huge engineer shortage in the near future
  • Some 10,000 more engineers and IT experts will be needed by 2025 Big construction and tech companies in Denmark are finding it increasingly difficult to find the highly-skilled workers they will need in the future. They[...]
  • Date Posted:: 18/Jan/2018
  • Global funding of solar sector hits $12.8bn in 2017
  • Globally, corporate funding into solar sector in 2017 experienced some growth amounting to $12.8 billion which represented a 41 per cent jump over the previous year. Solar power plant This showed an increase of 41 per c[...]
  • Date Posted:: 16/Jan/2018
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