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Cal Poly Supermileage is using 3D printing to modify their vehicle for this year’s Shell EcoMarathon.
Check out more about their plans here: http://bit.ly/2IEkTw4
The Cal Poly Human Motion Biomechanics Lab received a $350,000 grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation which will fund student projects for two years.
Mechanical Engineering student, Brad Wash, and Biomedical Engineering student, Elizabeth Heyde, are pictured below with the labs' Demonstration Skeleton "Jake."
Aeronautical engineering alumnus Greg Ulmer is now the new vice president and general manager of Lockheed Martin's F-35 program.
The company said Ulmer was instrumental in the F-35 program delivering 66 aircraft in 2017, its highest to date so far!
#DressForSTEM by wearing purple TODAY, March 14 to celebrate women and young girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Show your support for women in STEM. We're supporting Cal Poly Society of Women Engineers today!
Read how women meteorologists started this trend: http://bit.ly/2IrCyHi
"None of us would be surprised if she won the Nobel Prize."
Mary Kate Evans is destined for greater things outside the basketball court, according to women's basketball head coach Faith Mimnaugh.
As a biomedical engineering senior, Evans has plans to do research on therapies using tissue engineering, treating injuries in athletes....
Read more about her future plans; http://bit.ly/2D3Kmew
Uber is shaping the future with their pilot project: flying cars. And Cal Poly may have played a role...their head of aircraft engineering will be former Cal Poly engineering professor Rob McDonald!
Thank you Tesla for visiting our clubs yesterday. It was great to have your team here to help future engineers!
Cal Poly is shaping future engineers through the "Learn By Doing" motto...and its not just their current students! In partnership with Hancock College, Cal Poly sponsored Family Engineering Night at Rice Elementary in Santa Maria.
Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/2GP1vuC
Engineers Without Borders - Cal Poly SLO Student Chapter are helping Pa Koe, a small Burmese refugee community in Northern Thailand, where about 150 people live in homes with no electricity and clean water. Check out our students who have designed and installed a sustainable water filtration system!