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Wall Street Journal: U.S. bridges aren’t falling down

The U.S. has been improving its bridges for decades, despite reports of crumbling infrastructure, according… Read More

Engineering jobs that pay more than $110,000

Engineers are some of the highest paid working professionals. Is your job among them? The… Read More

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Q&A With UW-Madison's Robert Lorenz

  Professor Robert Lorenz, Ph.D., is an award-winning pioneer in electric engineering, research director and… Read More

How Sub-Zero and Wolf decreased their maintenance downtime

Eighty-five percent planning, 15 percent emergencies. That’s how Mark Long and Dave Burgette at Sub-Zero… Read More

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How much is that injury? The economic case for increasing workplace safety in engineering

Engineering professions are some of the most exciting, fulfilling careers one could pursue. However, they're… Read More

Prepare to coach and mentor technical talent differently with situational leadership

By Rick Huber, PhD How do you coach and mentor workers with different levels of… Read More

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Celebrate National Bike to Work Month

Crack open the shed, dust off the helmet, pump up the tires and oil those… Read More

MEES graduates granted patent after inventing new timing technology

MADISON, Wis. - UW-Madison Master’s of Engineering Engine Systems graduates Aaron Foege, Derek Tanis and… Read More