Tag Archives: Engineering

The publication of a mutual international research between Beni Suef University and five European universities

In addition to the activation of the protocol signed between the University of Beni Suef in the Arab Republic of Egypt and the University of Sabinza Italian published by Prof. Dr. Mukhtar Amin Dean of the Faculty of Physical Education and Dr. Ghada Atef Sayed teacher in the Department of Sports Training Karate University of Beni Suef in… Read More »

436th Senate Meeting :Senate Re-Elects Fawehinmi, Approves New Departments, Programmes By Obinna Nwodim

Senate of the University of Port Harcourt at its 436th Meeting on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 held inside the Senate Chambers re-elected Professor Hakeem Fawehinmi of the Department of Human Anatomy as Deputy Vice-Chancellor in charge of Academic matters for a final two-year tenure. Professor Fawehinmi was unanimously re-elected with a total of 189 votes after the other… Read More »

39th Matriculation UniPort Matriculates 8,205, As V-C Charges Students To Be Studious, Obedient By Obinna Nwodim

A total of 8,205 students took the Matriculation Oath and Pledge at the 39th Matriculation Ceremony of the University of Harcourt for the 2017/2018 academic session. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ndowa Lale, while administering the Matriculation Oath on the newly-admitted students on Thursday, March 29, 2018 at the Convocation Arena, University Park, warned them against engaging in acts that… Read More »

Student-built rocket at USC aims for higher altitude this winter

Built with Japanese technology, it will be the first from students to use two engines on one flight vehicle hey built and tested USC’s first 3-D printed rocket engine this spring. Now USC Viterbi School of Engineering students plan to launch a rocket in December in collaboration with the Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech) in Japan. The USC Liquid Propulsion… Read More »

National Society of Black Engineers chapter at USC named best in the nation

The national honor reflects the group’s strength in academic excellence, professional development and community outreach s a reflection of its overall excellence, the USC chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, or NSBE, has won the organization’s coveted National Chapter of the Year Award. The USC chapter also came in third in NSBE’s National Academic Tech Bowl, and,… Read More »

Hearing loss study at USC, Harvard shows hope for millions

Scientists develop method to repair damaged structures deep inside the ear esearchers have developed a new approach to repair cells deep inside the ear — a potential remedy that could restore hearing for millions of elderly people and others who suffer hearing loss. The lab study, conducted by scientists at USC and Harvard University, demonstrates a novel way… Read More »

Engineering dean gets right down to busines

It comes as no surprise that Suzanne Kresta wasted little time in rolling up her sleeves and getting right to work. – By JAMES SHEWAGA After all, the new dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan has always been just as comfortable out on the job site as she has been in the classroom. In… Read More »

Facilitators Stress the Importance of ABET, IEA Accreditation at College of Engineering Workshop

Endorsement of the engineering programmes of Covenant University by the International Engineering Alliance (IEA) and the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) will ensure global recognition for the University and graduates of her engineering programmes as well as certify their professional competence. That was the aggregate of the submissions made by facilitators at the 3rd edition of… Read More »

Study yields more than a million new cyclic compounds, some with pharmaceutical potential

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Researchers say they can now produce a vast library of unique cyclic compounds, some with the capacity to interrupt specific protein-protein interactions that play a role in disease. The new compounds have cyclic structures that give them stability and enhance their ability to bind to their targets. The study, reported in the journal Nature Chemical… Read More »

Ege University proudly presents local manufactured biomedical signal recording appliances

Good news from Ege University, speeding up its local vaccination production, is from healthcare field again. Ege University experts designed a home made biomedical signal recording appliance. All materials used in the design of the device are locallly manufactured and is 8 times cheaper than its substitutes. A working group composed of Ege University Engineering Faculty, Electrical and… Read More »