Engineering Infographics

Top Engineering Videos – Minute Physics

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If you have seen a Youtube video with whiteboard animation then you have probably seen a Minute Physics video. MinutePhysics was created by Henry Reich in 2011 and has since grown into a Youtube giant with 5.5 million followers. The whiteboard style they pioneered is now everywhere...

Infographic – Where Is Cyber Fido Headed Next?

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The definitive guide to the Evolution of Robotic Dogs Engineers have long sought to explore the potential for robots. There has been a long history of the development and creation of autonomous machines, mobile, and quadrupedal robots ( aka four-legged robotic dogs! ) have seen a significant boom...

Four different ways you can enjoy a solar eclipse

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The kind of solar eclipses usually portrayed in films are total solar eclipses – a reasonably rare event. They’re likely what you think about when you hear the word eclipse. A total eclipse is when the Moon and the Sun line up in the sky in such a...

Infographic: The Tallest Buildings on Every Continent

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For more than 40 years, the Empire State Building in New York City held the title of the tallest building in the world. Buildings have come a long way since then as other cities have grown and today the world boasts the tallest buildings ever. All around the...

What types of jobs are created by the Renewable Energy industry

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Do you find yourself wondering what kind of jobs the future holds? When you consider that fossil fuels have no future in energy, it can be a little scary to think about. After all, what will happen to all those energy jobs? And more importantly, how will all...

What Does a Structural Engineer Know That Other Engineers Do Not Know?

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It is well-known that engineering has many branches leading to the emergence of different types of engineers. There are civil, electrical, mechanical, and structural engineers, among others. While their engineering expertise may vary, they all fall into the same discipline and have one thing in common: they are...