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Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include the world’s first electric highway, incredible homes from around the world and the backpack-worn cardboard drum set. Have a great weekend!
- Sweden debuts the world’s first ‘electric highway’
- Boston Dynamics made a giraffe robot
- Where money’s no object, cliff-hangers and aircraft-wing homes can be yours
- Play beats on boxes with the Obilab cardboard drum kit
- Your Self-Driving Car Will Be Programmed to Kill You—Deal With It
If you’re looking to make a career change, take a look at the new jobs at ANSYS listed here. Now is a great time to join a company like ANSYS. Not all of our openings are listed in this blog, so take a look at our Careers site for more listings. We only accept applications via our Careers site. If you are interested in a new and exciting career, apply today! Continue reading
This week’s Top 5 engineering technology articles include some outer space discoveries that may have us saying, it’s a small universe isn’t it.
- Amazing Photo Shows Likely Alien Planet 1,200 Light-Years Away
- First Test For Machine That Could Change The Future Of Particle Physics
- NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Is Almost To Jupiter
- Technique For ‘Phase Locking’ Arrays Of Tiny Lasers Could Lead To Terahertz Security Scanners
- LIGO Detects A Second Set Of Gravitational Waves
The former Belgian top cyclist Johan Museeuw once stated: “Crashing is part of cycling as crying is part of love.” Indeed, probably every elite cyclist has experienced in-race crashes that put him or her in the hospital. But recently, things seem to have become much worse. In the past two years, many prestigious elite races have been stained by serious crashes between riders and in-race motorcycles. The tragic culmination so far of these crashes was reached on 27 March 2016, when Belgian rider Antoine Demoitié got hit by a motorcycle in the race Gent-Wevelgem and died later in hospital due to his injuries. Later, on 28 May 2016, 19 cyclists were involved in a major crash with two motorcycles, which put Belgian rider Stig Broeckx in hospital in a coma. Continue reading
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include a self-folding laundry machine, a transparent office building and an innovative new cabin design for business passengers on United Airlines. Have a great weekend!
- Foldimate is the laundry robot that will save you from tedious folding
- World’s first passenger drone cleared for testing in Nevada
- Philips’ new location-aware Sonicare Connected toothbrush knows which teeth you’re brushing
- MVRDV Transforms a Former Hong Kong Factory into a Transparent Building
- Beyond first class: United adding fold-out beds and other luxuries to select flights
Here are the current new jobs at ANSYS for this week. If you are looking to find a new and challenging position, we may have it listed here for you. Nothing here to fit your skill set? Check out our careers page. All of our current openings are listed there. Fill out an application and apply today. We only accept applications via our on-line careers site. Continue reading
I’d also encourage you to check out our face-to-face seminars coming to your local area. Check our full Events Calendar today.