Interested in solar? And Nanotechnology?

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I am, of course, very interested in solar.  My last two months of electric bills have been zero dollars.  Actually, I had a $24 credit from two months ago – so my April bill would have just been $12, and May was $8 but with the credit – ZERO!  Last May I paid..  well, actually, this […]

Saving Your Electronics Program

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I have been to a few conferences and have talked to many electronics instructors.  Or their deans.  Many have had the same complaint that the enrollements of their electronics programs were dying.  It is not because electronics is not needed any more.  Far from it, there are 1000s of jobs that need an electronics background.  […]

Engineering Summer Camps for Kids

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Celeste Baine, for Engineering Education Service Center, posts a directory of Summer Camps for Kids in engineering.  Well, I will let her explain: The following camp directory lists some of the summer camps for K-12 students in engineering throughout the United States and Canada that are and were previously offered. The directory lists camps that have […]

Education Challenges in the 21st Century Part 5

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This installment of our @matec newsletter article ”Education Challenges in the 21st Century”, inspired by Cathleen Barton’s presentation at the HI-TEC 2009 event, focuses on the National Governors Association’s Innovation America Initiative. The initiative, originally developed in 2006, focused on strengthening our nation’s competitive position in the global economy by improving our capacity to innovate. The […]

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