Scientists used a fiery wind tunnel to find out how satellites break apart when they leave orbit and fall back to Earth.
Researchers say their measurements could help identify more hazards to submarine cables in the future.
Newsweek spoke to 17-year-old Jake McCluskey who built his own roller coaster in his mother's Virginia backyard. His viral video has amassed over 15 million views on TikTok.
The space telescope is extremely sensitive to heat, so engineers haven given it a sun shield is the size of a tennis court.
Events that, separately, are perfectly manageable, can create a dangerous interplay if they happen at the same time, triggering cascades of failure. And the new year may harbor a few of those.
Two new reports show engineering concerns about Trump's privately-built border wall, which experts say is at risk of collapse.
For the first time, the component has been proven to carry signals between neurons using very low power—which has been a major challenge in previous studies, the research team said.
We are desperately short on engineers—but slow to remove obstacles that prevent talented women and members of ethnic minority groups from joining the profession.
The first year of rule was the deadliest for Roman emperors. The risk of meeting a violent end decreased over the next seven years, plateauing and then increasing again after 12 years.
The teaching of science, technology, engineering and math is critical for America to compete globally. And in order to educate the inventors, entrepreneurs and leaders of tomorrow, we must transform STEM education today.
As engineering systems become ever more complex and omnipresent, it is vital that the profession properly reflects the society it serves.
The research adds to the evidence that tests don't only measure how smart individuals are, but also other skills like perseverance and motivation, an expert told "Newsweek."
The material is considered to be two-dimensional because all of the atoms—which are laid out in two layers, one on top of the other—are surface atoms.
The new technology could potentially provide a solution for the problem of water scarcity in arid climates.
The thruster devours molecules it plucks from the air.
Imagine plants used as streetlights, illuminating work spaces and as desk lamps.
The discovery rewrites the history of early Chinese engineering.
"To work with this administration in any capacity is to normalize it, and all of the hate and bigotry it represents," Reshma Saujani wrote in an op-ed.
When the St. Francis Dam burst 88 years ago, 12.4 billion gallons of water rose 140 feet, surging 54 miles to the Pacific Ocean.
Slick when frozen, a silicone finish doesn't let ice stick.