engineering


A simple idea which changed the lives of millions

Michael Cook | 17 November 2017 | HARAMBEE |  
tags: Africa, creativity, engineering, water scarcity


Should bad engineers go to jail?

Karl D. Stephan | 01 August 2017 | FEATURES |  
tags: engineering, engineering ethics, United States


Pokemon’s epic fail in Chicago

Karl D. Stephan | 25 July 2017 | FEATURES |  
tags: engineering, failure, Pokemon


Remembering a true Texas engineer

Karl D. Stephan | 16 August 2016 | FEATURES |  
tags: engineering, engineering ethics, professionalism, Texas, United States
Ulysses Cephas is not a household name, but he is a symbol of integrity, service and true professionalism.


Learning from the Kolkata overpass collapse

Karl D. Stephan | 12 April 2016 | FEATURES |  
tags: business ethics, engineering, engineering ethics, India, technology
A sea change is needed in India's construction industry


Ownership lifestyle vs access lifestyle

Karl D. Stephan | 29 April 2015 | FEATURES |  
tags: apps, engineering, private ownership
The shift from ownership to access will bring profound changes in our political culture.


A bridge too close

Karl D. Stephan | 02 April 2015 | FEATURES |  
tags: engineering, engineering ethics
The day our author almost became a statistic.


Space flight will always be a risky business

Karl D. Stephan | 10 November 2014 | FEATURES |  
tags: engineering, engineering ethics, space flight
A failure rate of 5 percent may not be a great advertisement for space tourism.


Radio Shack: thanks for all the memories

Karl D. Stephan | 14 March 2014 | FEATURES |  
tags: education, engineering, RadioShack, technology
One of America's greatest engineering schools is fading away.


You can’t see the doctor: he’s checking boxes right now

Karl D. Stephan | 04 March 2014 | FEATURES |  
tags: electronic medical record, electronic records, engineering
Imposing the heavy hand of the Federal government is not the way to enforce uniform standards.


Playing with fire in West, Texas

Karl D. Stephan | 30 April 2013 | FEATURES |  
tags: business ethics, engineering
Ammonium nitrate fertiliser seems like a simple material, but it has a history of causing devastating explosions which have killed hundreds of people.


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