Iron Ring Big Top Circus: Engineering Cirque du Soleil

Written by Zoey Gould As a virtual contribution to National Engineering Month (NEM) in Ontario, we will be profiling an Engineer or Engineering Technologist each week until the end of March. We’ll be focusing on highlighting diversity in the careers and individuals interviewed across Canada. Stay tuned for interviews with Mina Nourmansouri from Bombardier, Zooshare`s John Nicholson, as

Multiple Intelligences in Engineering and Technology

Written by: Zoey Gould The Theory In the early 1980’s, Howard Gardner identified seven distinct modes of intelligences exhibited by humans. Originally his list included language, visual-spatial, musical, logical-mathematical, kinesthetic, interpersonal, and intrapersonal intelligences. Today the list has grown to include intelligences such as naturalistic, culinary, and existential. Gardner claimed that each person exhibits a

Innovator of the Week: Krista Viola

Investigating Material Science Written by Zoey Gould, B.ASc. Forensic engineering is like the CSI of technology, offering a dynamic and challenging work environment. Each case is a unique mystery to be solved. Krista Viola is a Forensic Engineer-In-Training at R.J. Shirer & Associates Inc., and is completing her Master’s Degree in Electron Microscopy of Nanostructured

National Engineering Month Innovator of the Week

Written and Curated by Zoey Gould, B.ASc. As a virtual contribution to National Engineering Month in Ontario, I will be profiling an Engineer or Engineering Technologist each week until the end of March. I’ll be focusing on highlighting diversity in the careers and individuals interviewed across Canada. Stay tuned for interviews with Cirque du Soleil’s

Engineering the Leftovers

Have you ever eaten something deep fried and wondered if there is something more that could be done with the old oil? Once oil is used for a certain amount of time - at a fast food restaurant or even in your own kitchen - it must be replaced in order to keep the food

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