Future Engineer Challenge

ISS CREW 3-D PRINTS FIRST STUDENT DESIGNED TOOL IN SPACE

When NASA fired up the Additive Manufacturing Facility on the International Space Station to begin more testing of the emerging 3-D printing technology in orbit, one college student in particular watched intently. In autumn of 2014, a high school senior in Enterprise, Alabama, Robert Hillan entered the Future Engineers Space Tool design competition, which challenged […]

FUTURE ENGINEERS ENCOURAGED TO HAVE FUN WITH FOOD IN STAR TREK REPLICATOR CHALLENGE

February 17, 2016 – For Star Trek fans who have ever dreamed of asking for “Tea. Earl Grey. Hot” and having a replicator deliver it, now’s the chance. The American Society for Mechanical Engineers Foundation, working with NASA and Star Trek, is asking the next generation of astronauts and Starfleet cadets to engineer the future […]

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