Engineering - A Career that PaysASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
Salaries for engineers rose in 2013 amid the growing global demand for technology services across industry sectors, according to a survey.
A STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education program and a forum on advanced manufacturing – exploring the powerful impact of 3D printing on product design and fabrication – will be among the highlights of the 2013 American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, which opens Nov. 15 in San Diego.
A group of business and engineering students at Brigham Young University have invented a sports technology to help improve basketball performance.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers has announced the 2013IShow, featuring technology innovations from ten college design teams.
Student engineering teams from 28 universities, including San Jose State University and eight other California higher learning institutues will compete in the 2013 ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) Human Powered Vehicle Challenge West to be held Apr. 12-14, in San Jose.
An ASME technical conference in February 2013 will bring together researchers to discuss recent advances in nanotechnology for the treatment of human disease.
As the world’s population nears seven-billion people, mechanical engineers will play a major role in meeting global challenges says a research study conducted by ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers).
According to a new salary survey by ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) and ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers), average, base salaries for engnineers rose three percent from last year; the average salary for engineers in 2012 is $95,603, an increase of $2,877 over last year.