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Learn to think like an engineer with the help of these courses

Math can become intuitive with a little practice.

  • Engineering is the foundation of society, from physical infrastructure to every device in your possession.
  • Electrical engineering is one of the most in-demand occupations in the technological age.
  • The Mathematics for Engineers Prep Bundle teaches you how to think like an engineer.
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Study: Reflecting sunlight to cool the planet will cause other global changes

Solar geoengineering ideas could weaken storms in both hemispheres, scientists find.

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How can the world combat the continued rise in global temperatures? How about shading the Earth from a portion of the sun's heat by injecting the stratosphere with reflective aerosols?
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From zero to hero in 18 years: How SpaceX became a nation-state

SpaceX's momentous Crew Dragon launch is a sign of things to come for the space industry, and humanity's future.

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  • SpaceX was founded in 2002 and was an industry joke for many years. Eighteen years later, it is the first private company to launch astronauts to the International Space Station.
  • Today, SpaceX's Crew Dragon launched NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley to the ISS. The journey will take about 19 hours.
  • Dylan Taylor, chairman and CEO of Voyager Space Holdings, looks at SpaceX's journey from startup to a commercial space company with the operating power of a nation-state.
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What can your microwave tell you about your health?

An MIT system uses wireless signals to measure in-home appliance usage to better understand health tendencies.

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For many of us, our microwaves and dishwashers aren't the first thing that come to mind when trying to glean health information, beyond that we should (maybe) lay off the Hot Pockets and empty the dishes in a timely way.

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Society needs electrical engineers to function. Here's how you can become one.

Learn to understand the foundations of modern life and even launch a new career.

  • Electrical engineering is the study, design, and application of systems that utilize electricity and electronics.
  • Modern applications include power grids, telecommunications, and circuit boards.
  • Computing systems such as supercomputers and tablets rely on electrical engineering.
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