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Power Industry + Pandemic = Cybersecurity Concerns

Filed in Cyber Security, Our Faculty, Power Systems by on June 24, 2020 0 Comments
Power Industry + Pandemic = Cybersecurity Concerns

COVID-19 shelter-at-home rules have increased our reliance on the internet, and cyber criminals have taken notice! Utilities have databases full of personally identifiable information and are operators of critical infrastructure—attractive targets for hacker thieves and potentially hostile nations. With remote work likely to continue even after the world overcomes the novel coronavirus, this is a […]

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Vaccines: The COVID-19 Solution?

Filed in BETC, biomanufacturing, Biotechnology, Life Sciences by on June 3, 2020 0 Comments
Vaccines: The COVID-19 Solution?

With over 6.15 M confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported worldwide as of June 1, 20201, scientists in pharma, biotech, start-ups, research institutes, and universities around the world are racing to develop tests, treatments, and vaccines2 to combat COVID-19. Today in the U.S. there are ~110 FDA-approved test kit manufacturers and commercial laboratories,3 and more than […]

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Top Tips to Succeed as a Biomanufacturing Project Manager

Filed in BETC, Biotechnology, Careers in Engineering by on April 13, 2020 0 Comments
Top Tips to Succeed as a Biomanufacturing Project Manager

Project managers who crave an opportunity to shine should look no further than the biomanufacturing industry! Even without a scientific or technical background, project managers are integral to the complex biomanufacturing process. If you’re a project manager looking for an innovative way to apply your skills, visit our biotech sister blog for advice on how […]

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5 Reasons To Be A Fire Protection Engineer [Infographic]

Filed in Why Graduate School? by on March 28, 2017 0 Comments
5 Reasons To Be A Fire Protection Engineer [Infographic]

Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, and fire protection engineers use a stimulating mix of engineering disciplines, math, computer science, and even psychology to prevent smoke from ever appearing. If you’re a mechanical, civil, electrical, or chemical engineer, you already possess much of the necessary training to pursue a career in fire protection engineering. View the infographic below to […]

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Is engineering tech passing you by? [Infographic]

Is engineering tech passing you by? [Infographic]

As a famous fictional high-school student once said, “Life moves pretty fast.” In 2017, so does technology in engineering. Whether your field of choice is Aerospace, Robotics, or Mechanical Engineering, change is the one constant. So when it comes to innovation, it’s more important than ever to be at the head of the class. How do you stack up? Find out […]

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