Catching up on articles that haven't been linked to on this blog, here's a fun feature from the July 2010 issue of Today's Engineer.
How Do You Get Women to Stay in Engineering? Nerd Girls Has the Answer
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Monday, August 23, 2010
There weren't a huge amount this time around, as many articles are still working their way toward publication. But here's what we've got:
First off, three new Extinction Countdown articles for Scientific American:
Study: Climate change identified as extinction threat in nearly 60 percent of species recovery plans
California sea otter populations sink as research funding dries up
Fatal fungus could kill off U.S. Northeast's little brown bats in 20 years
And last, my latest for Tonic.com:
Sierra Club Names America's Greenest Universities
Monday, August 16, 2010
First up, a couple of Extinction Countdown articles for Scientific American:
Road Killed: Australia's common wombat could soon be uncommon
Thaw Deal: Climate change could leave penguins in the dark
Next we have a couple of tech articles for engineering pubs:
Biometrics Systems eLearning Tutorials Now Available
IEEE Honors Ceremony Recognizes Innovators
Electric Vehicles on the Rise: What Does That Mean for the Engineering Community?
And finally, here's a new batch of Green Tech articles for Green Hands USA. Enjoy!
New Solar Surge Case Helps Keep Your iPhone Charged
Off-Grid Networking Connects People With Living Spaces
Love Sudoku? How About Trees?
Watch Greener TV with the Roku Box
It's Vacation Time! Want to Travel Green?
Keep Your Home Cool With A Green Roof!
Three Simple Ways to Save Water
New Sanyo Solar Cells Offer Greater Efficiency