The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities is pleased to announce the launch of an egyptian – international Project using non-invasive and non-destructive surveying techniques for the scanning of Egyptian Pyramids under the title “ScanPyramids” project.
Just because a mystery is 4500 years old doesn’t mean it can’t be solved…” This could be the motto of the exceptional scientific mission launched October 25, 2015, under the authority of the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, initiated, designed and coordinated by the Faculty of Engineering of Cairo and the French HIP.Institute (Heritage, Innovation and Preservation). Radiographic muons, aka cosmic particles, infrared thermography, photogrammetry, scanner and 3D reconstruction: the most innovative technologies will be used by researchers of international renown and three major universities: the Faculty of Engineering of Cairo University, Université Laval of Quebec and Nagoya University of Japan. Their goal: to probe the heart of the largest pyramids of Egypt, without drilling the slightest opening.
Four millennia after their construction, these ancient giants are far from having yielded their secrets. The first mystery concerns their construction, especially Khufu, the last of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still existing: it is still impossible to describe with certainty how this stone monument, the largest ever built by humans, was erected.
The “ScanPyramids” project has already been approved by the permanent committee of the Ministry of Antiquities and has obtained all necessary permissions from concerned authorities. With a base of more than 5 hectares, its original height of almost 150 meters and a mass of 5 million tons, how was it possible to construct such a wonder in only 25 years?
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Jason Rogers, 12, a 7th grade student at Bondurant Middle School in Frankfort, likes sports and plays football, basketball, baseball and soccer. He also likes math and, if he doesn’t get to play professional sports when he grows up, he wants to be an engineer.
Jason is one of 700 minority boys from middle schools in four states who are spending several weeks this summer gaining hands-on learning experiences with advanced technology through a first-of-its-kind program designed to inspire minority males to explore education and career opportunities in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) fields.
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Prior to joining the State Bank of India (SBI) Youth for India fellowship programme, Bharat Vineeth worked in the IT industry at Bangalore. But, with an unwavering passion to help the needy, Vineeth, a MBA and engineering degree holder - took a sabbatical and set out to make a change. He applied for the SBI Youth for India Fellowship.
With a high percentage of malnourishment among children and several incidences of midday meal food poisoning due to stale food at an anganwadi (primary school) in Jeypore, Odisha, Vineeth, during his fellowship, came up with a simple but effective solution.
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Jereh Group announced that they become Ariel’s only global market packager outside the North American territory after three years’ good cooperation, which will start a new chapter in Jereh’s compression business. This cooperation will integrate the resources of two parties and deliver unsurpassed gas transportation solutions and support for the global market.
“It is the quality design, engineering and fabrication capability, professionalism, similar culture, and remarkable achievement of Jereh that facilitate this cooperation,” said Mr. Derek Kane, the Director of Ariel Asia. “And we are pleased to expand the product range and geographical sales markets for Jereh and support the international request.”
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Professor Lionel Tarassenko, CBE, Head of Engineering at the University of Oxford and Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Academy of Medical Sciences, has joined a panel of internationally recognised experts for the 3rd Astellas Innovation Debate: i-Genes – What the DNA and Data Revolutions mean for our Health, taking place on Thursday 29th January 2015 at the Royal Institution of Great Britain.
As the worlds of science and technology come together, the 2015 Astellas Innovation Debate, organised and funded by Astellas, will discuss recent breakthroughs in genetic medicine and smart technology, and what they mean for our health.
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Millions of Christmas presents are transported in containers around the world. At MCI we build containers and test them to the limit. In fact, MCI engineers occasionally devise some unconventionally tough tests.
Only after these tests do we know for sure our containers can be entrusted with your holiday food and gifts. Our mission is to build the sturdiest gift wrap around.
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In its 25th year, Toyota’s annual Opportunity Exchange (OE) has resulted in more than $250 million in contracts for M/WBEs.
The two-day event – which included best-practice seminars, panel discussions and a trade show – concluded Tuesday, Oct. 28, at the Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati. Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America (TEMA) started OE with about 100 attendees, and it has grown to become one of the largest minority business events in the country – attracting nearly 2,000 people who attend the event free of charge.
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Flownex SE has increased the ability of engineers to accurately model their fluid–thermal with the release of version of Flownex 2014 on June 19th, 2014. The program is known for its in ease of use, breadth of capability, and depth of functionality. With enhancements in turbomachinery modeling, support for 3D networks, GIS data import, heat transfer and a myriad of additional new features impacting efficiency, integration, and automation, this release expands the industries that can take advantage of it, and will help current users model their systems more accurately with greater ease.
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This is part 1/2 of the ReState of Emergency Music Video Movie! Starring : Shaad P MH the Model Mayra Leal DJ Tony Styles Scott Lindsey t.h.e. MisFit Crazy8 Production: Duck (Duck & Mello) Engineering: Barron Studios Video and Editing : www.Cypressimages.com www.MFC8.com
To find the best candidates for an
exciting career in the Navy we set a challenge. See how engineering
students turn a billboard into a fully functioning remote controlled
vessel.Over the course of a weekend the students modelled
the LHD (Landing Helicopter Dock) - a new Navy vessel entering the
Australian Defence Force with one of the most capable and sophisticated
air-land-sea amphibious deployment systems in the world.
The official music video for WeRdoZe's "Hello".
THE WAIT IS OVER, the WeRdoZe welcome you with a warm "Hello", Download the mixtape "iWeiRd" here:
"HELLO" the new track from Oklahoma City's WeRdoZe is the first single and video from the group's fourth project iWeiRd scheduled to release April 1, 2014.
With it's cool laid back melodic groove this track is a certified head knodder. The duo goes back forth on how when they kick it to members of the opposite sex, that they have her at hello. With an intoxicating hook listeners will be reciting after the first listen.
The WeRdoZe (pronounced "weirdos") will have an everlasting effect on those here and those yet to come. Peace, love, and weird describe the duo from Oklahoma who are making "weird" the new "cool".
The WeRdoZe consist of Spreez and B-Meadz. They met at an engineering program and decided to create music that lasts instead of theories that are promising at most.