Olympian efforts in engineering

As the Winter Olympics come to a close, National Engineering Month 2018 wants to keep the spirit alive with 5 cutting edge engineering innovations that push humans to the limit of what is humanly possible. Bobsleigh The winners of the bobsleigh event are determined by one-hundredths of a second, so every tiny advantage you can gain

Canadian Innovation InstantPot Has Swept Into Kitchens Around The World

Cooking and meal prep takes the average Canadian about 38 minutes on weekdays and 45 minutes on weekends. Cutting and steaming healthier options can be tedious and overly burdensome tasks for those of us with tighter schedules. Fortunately, serial entrepreneur and innovator Dr. Jiwei (Robert) Wang has revolutionized cooking for over 1 million people across the

SPOTLIGHT: Renan Orquiza, P.Eng., QPESA, Helping Keep Nature Pristine

According to the World Wildlife Foundation, the equivalent of 48 football fields of forest are lost every minute! Canada is a world leader in sustainable forest management with a deforestation rate of 0.02% of forested land per year. Of course without clever STEM professionals like Renan Orquiza, P.Eng., QPESA, we would not be able to proudly

Garrett Young – Fire Protection Engineering Technology Student

To introduce the engineering and technology professions, we are profiling people who found have meaningful connections to their work, last week we profiled Joseph Konney, P.Eng  and James Lambert, C.E.T. Garrett Young is a Student in Fire Protection Engineering Technology program at Seneca College, and volunteer for the Seneca Fire Protection Student Association during National Engineering Month. Today

Seneca Fire Protection Student Association: Reflection

For this year’s National Engineering Month, the Seneca Fire Protection Student Association hosted two back-to-back events. Cathie Ross – President of the Seneca Fire Protection Student Association, giving opening remarks The first event was a career fair, in which representatives from Fire Protection Engineering organizations throughout Ontario came to Seneca College, Newnham Campus. This was an excellent

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