Recent Student Reports

Brandenburg Telecom: Kentucky’s gateway to the future

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 14, 2018

Brandenburg Telecom has over 100 years of experience in central Kentucky.

Konrad Pollman on the process of creating WACOM’s 3-D stylus

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 14, 2018

Student reporter Megan Hoover interviews Konrad Pollmann, an engineer at Wacom, about the process to invent, design, and manufacture their newest digital art tool.

Students in Colorado are learning engineering skills by building a firehouse

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 14, 2018

The Aurora Public Schools district has partnered up with the Architecture Construction and Engineering (ACE) Program to engage youth with architecture, construction, and engineering role mentors.

Safeline: Students invention aims to reduce dangers of hospital ICU delirium

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 14, 2018

Safeline is designed as a low cost, low tech solution that keeps delirious patients from ripping out their lines, without using restraints.

From fiction to science – where will 3D printing take us?

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 14, 2018

Branch Technology is revolutionizing the use of 3-D printing to create architectural elements and structures that will enable new home designs for Earth and beyond.

Engineering a more humane, cost-effective prison

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 14, 2018

Housing inmates in the nation's prisons is a notoriously expensive and laborious undertaking.

Cape May County Technical High School, Cape May Court House, NJ

Recycling in the city that never sleeps

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 14, 2018

Sims Municipal Recycling in Brooklyn handles recycling for nearly all of New York City.

The Computer School, New York, NY

Movement aims to make Hawaii more self-sustaining through aquaponic farming

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 14, 2018

Hawaii, for all its tropical splendor, is a relative food desert when it comes to native-grown produce.

Maui High School, Kahului, HI

College prep center in Kentucky introduces girls to programming, and some lucrative possibilities

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 14, 2018

Many computer programming clubs and classes are overwhelmingly male.

Alaskan non-profit advocates for youth mental health through hydroponic farming

Reporting Lab Report | Sep 14, 2018

Seeds of Change is a program providing mental health benefits for youth through growing fresh vegetables for the community.

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