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- Tesla staffer denies stealing massive cache of code days after starting work with company
Alex Khatilov started working with Tesla on December 28th. Khatilov, who works as a Software Quality Engineering
Manager is alleged to have downloaded 26,000 highly sensitive company files.
Daily Mail. Saturday, 23 Jan 2021.
- Army unit faces gender row as officials consider changing 'craftsman' rank to 'private'
Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery said the corps would 'keep the punch in the Army's fist'. Now the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers have surrendered to political correctness.
Daily Mail. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Canada is set to have one the world's biggest green hydrogen plants
A subsidiary of German industrial giant Thyssenkrupp has been awarded an engineering
contract for the project.
CNBC. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Rolls-Royce picks headhunter to identify next chairman
Rolls-Royce Holdings has hired headhunters to help identify its next chairman as the most famous name in British engineering
battles the aviation industry turbulence caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sky News. Friday, 22 Jan 2021.
- Turbulence model could help design aircraft capable of handling extreme scenarios
To help build aircraft that can better handle violent turbulence, researchers developed a new model that allows engineers to incorporate the physics of an entire vortex collision into their design codes.
Science Daily. Thursday, 21 Jan 2021.
- Cognizant (CTSH) to Buy Custom Software Developer Magenic
Cognizant's (CTSH) acquisition of Magenic Technologies is expected to boost its software product engineering
Zacks. Thursday, 21 Jan 2021.
- As America Sets Out To Build Back Better, An Important New Book Shows Why Technology Must Be Coupled With Art
In "Making Art Work", the historian W. Patrick McCray shows how Cold War collaborations between artists and engineers influenced both domains, and what can be learned by artists and Silicon Valley today.
Forbes. Thursday, 21 Jan 2021.
- Ex-Google engineer among those pardoned by Donald Trump
Anthony Levandowski won backing from some high-profile Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.
BBC News. Wednesday, 20 Jan 2021.
- Engineers working to restore 400,000 wiped police records, Priti Patel says
Engineers are working to restore hundreds of thousands of police records that were accidentally deleted from the national database, the Home Office has said.
Sky News. Saturday, 16 Jan 2021.
- FDA and USDA Spar Over Genetically-Engineered Animals
FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn has told the Health and Human Services Department that he would refuse to sign a proposal transferring regulatory power over gene-edited animals to the USDA.
Forbes. Friday, 15 Jan 2021.
- New delivery method promises relief from antipsychotic medication's adverse side effects
A team of neuroscientists and engineers has created a nasal spray to deliver antipsychotic medication directly to the brain instead of having it pass through the body.
Science Daily. Friday, 15 Jan 2021.
- Jacobs' (J) Contract Winning Spree Continues, Wins IDIQ Deal
Jacobs (J) continues to benefit from contract wins. The company has received an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract from the Naval Facilities Engineering
and Expeditionary Warfare Center.
Zacks. Friday, 15 Jan 2021.
- Amazon pushes into education with new academy in India
Amazon is pushing deeper into education with a new learning platform that's designed to help students in India get into prestigious engineering
CNBC. Wednesday, 13 Jan 2021.
- Leadership Is Like Engineering: You Need to Start with Why
To address user challenges, they must first be understood. These principles of why, what and how also apply to management, especially in turbulent times.
Entrepreneur. Thursday, 7 Jan 2021.
- U.S. COVID death toll tops 350,000 as hospitals fill up
The situation at some Los Angeles County hospitals has grown so dire, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was called in to help.
CBS News. Monday, 4 Jan 2021.
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