'Water Promotes Life': Environmental Engineer Reveals How She Cleans Up L.A.'s WastewaterJoline Munoz, one of L.A.'s Sanitation's top environmental engineers, helps lead the effort to protect and preserve L.A.'s scarce water supply.
The Best Places to Study Engineering AbroadNot only does a student get to travel and experience different cultures, studying engineering abroad can improve the possibility of snagging a job with an international firm.
What Are The Most Exciting Things Happening In Engineering Right Now?Engineers have enjoyed more than the lion's share of job ops. In robust and tepid job markets, the demand for engineers across a broad industrial spectrum consistently tops the help wanted ads. Engineers often hold multidisciplinary degrees and certifications. Biotech, robotics, drone aeronautics and clean energy are the latest engineering fields. The demand for qualified engineers is expected to increase as space exploration, ongoing medical research, and solutions to rapid climate change continue.
What Are Unique, Science-Based Careers In Engineering?Engineering is a large field with many specialized areas of expertise. The S.T.E.A.M. educational system encourages students to explore engineering through the use of art, technology, science, and math. Most specialty engineering fields require an additional college degree.
14-Year-Old Will Be Youngest Engineering Graduate Of UC DavisTanishq Abraham has been attending UC Davis since he was 12 and next month, the 14 year old will receive his Bachelor’s Degree in biomedical engineering.
Hollywood Producers, Engineers Looking For 'The Next MacGyver'Hollywood producers are hoping to team up with local scientists for a possible reboot of a classic 80s TV show.
For The Love Of ScienceThe school year has begun, and Debra Palmer’s fifth-grade class is learning the usual subjects. There’s some math, some English – and of course, the kids will also design their own underwater robots.
Boeing To Hire 1K Engineering Positions In Long Beach, Seal Beach Boeing Co. announced Friday that it plans to increasing its local engineering workforce by 1,000 positions.
Educator Sees I.T. As The Next Leading Job Sector In Los AngelesDr. Gustavo Vejarano works with his students to develop cutting-edge technologies in Los Angeles.
Feel the Force at the Star Wars ExperienceStar Wars, where science meets imagination, has landed at The Discovery Science Center in Santa Ana.
C-Minus For Safety, But LA Bridges 'In Good Shape' Engineers note that while over half of the city's 600 bridges got a top grade for safety, a lack of funds has slowed replacements or retrofits on dozens of others.