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Student team wins design competition by helping boy with cerebral palsy

Last month, fifth-year mechanical engineering students Jack Chapman, Katie Gillespie, Connor Gough and Matthew Lane won the third annual MUN Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME) Design Competition for their MatHat design.

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Duty and responsibility: Engineering researcher, alumnus recognized by national group

A prominent engineering professor and a dedicated alumnus are among a select group who have been named fellows of the Engineering Institute of Canada for 2019.

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How to prepare students for the rise of artificial intelligence in the workforce

Dr. Greg Naterer, dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, wrote an article on how to prepare students for the rise of artificial intelligence in the workforce, and it was recently published in The Conversation. View the article here.

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National network to enhance Canada's marine industry making great progress

The Canadian Network for Innovative Shipbuilding, Marine Research and Training (CISMaRT) – a world-class network with members that undertake collaborative research and development in marine technology and improve education and training of highly qualified personnel for Canada’s current and future shipbuilding and marine industries, continues to make progress.

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Alumnus' giving helps to bolster faculty's profile

Fred Cahill knows the importance of giving back. He also knows the value of a Memorial University education.

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Emerging mechanical engineer named Terra Nova Young Innovator

Dr. Xili Duan’s research could be a game changer for people living in Newfoundland and Labrador and beyond.

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Designing better, together: CoLab Software is changing the way engineers collaborate. Everywhere and anywhere.

Remember the last time you turned down a job offer from Silicon Valley? Maybe not. But that’s exactly what Adam Keating and Jeremy Andrews did to follow their vision with tech startup, CoLab Software. The product at the heart of the company is a software platform they call Gradient.

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Rewarding innovation: Mel Woodward Cup invests $35,000 in student entrepreneurs

Innovative business ideas related to health care, technology and ocean research won the top prizes at the 2019 Mel Woodward Cup (MWC) on March 28.

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'Mining' our business: Engineer developing world-leading sustainable drilling methods

A Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science research team is developing a more sustainable way to mine.

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'Big difference' - Emerging mechanical engineer named Terra Nova Young Innovator

Dr. Xili Duan’s research could be a game changer for people living in Newfoundland and Labrador and beyond.

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Second-place finishes for engineering students at national engineering competition

Two mechanical engineering student teams finished second at the recent Canadian Engineering Competition (CEC), hosted by the University of Waterloo.

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How the digital economy is transforming Canada's offshore oil and gas industry

Dr. Greg Naterer, dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, wrote an article on how the digital economy is transforming Canada's offshore oil and gas industry, and it was recently published in The Conversation. View the article here

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Helping good ideas grow: Applications accepted until March 31 for OFI Seed Fund

The ocean research world is not short on great ideas. What it is short of is the funding that’s required to put those great ideas to work.

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Engineering researcher followed her heart and role models' advice along the way

Dr. Helen Zhang learned from an early age to follow her heart and the rest would work itself out.

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Strong performance for engineering students at Atlantic Engineering Competition

Engineering students recently competed at the annual Atlantic Engineering Competition (AEC), hosted by Dalhousie University. They performed so well that 13 of the 17 students have earned spots at the Canadian Engineering Competition (CEC) next month, hosted by the University of Waterloo.

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