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Positive Career Currents Follow the positive currents to a fulfilling career in electrical engineering. read more
JIang Keeps Her Foot On The Gas At Bosch Li Jiang’s work is critical to help keep things moving. read more
A Discipline In Demand Civil engineer salaries are on the rise, but a gap still persists. read more
Researchers Develop Engineered Tissue That Produces Fully Functional Livers
Researchers at MIT, Rockefeller University and Boston University have developed a new way to engineer liver tissue by organizing tiny sub-units that contain three types of cells embedded into a biodegradable tissue scaffold. read more