Ideas in Motion

Stephen Hoang


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Which Famous Landmarks are Powered by Gears

Mar 1, 2021 8:00:00 AM / by

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Anyone who has ever tried to ride a bicycle up a very steep hill knows how hard it can be. If you don't use the correct gear to maximize your climbing force, it is pretty much impossible. It's a different story once you're back on a straight path - after some momentum, you can go flick to another gear and make the wheels spin around even quicker than you're pedaling.

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How Your Company Can Stand Out at a Virtual Tradeshow

Dec 15, 2020 11:36:44 PM / by

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In our last article, we outlined the benefits of exhibiting at a virtual trade show. But how can you ensure your company stands out among the rest?

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Artificial Intelligence Could Soon Make 3D Modeling Easier Than Ever

Dec 14, 2020 8:00:00 AM / by

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Sketches and models are an essential stage in the engineering design process. However, 2D computer-aided design models do not always have the precision needed to solve complex problems.

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Inspire Creativity With the Perfect Daily Routine

Dec 8, 2020 8:00:00 AM / by

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In order to solve problems effectively, engineers must learn to innovate. For them to design new products and services or improve on those that have already been created, a creative mindset is essential. This continuous innovation is essential for driving economic and societal growth.

How do you get yourself into a creative mindset? Do you swear by a round of push-ups each morning, or do you eat the same thing each day? Maybe your best work is done to the sound of the morning birds, or you can only get down to brass tacks once the sun has gone down.

Whatever your preferences, one thing is for sure: whether they are writers, artists, or mechanical engineers, creative people don't rely on sudden revelations. Instead, their insights come from a consistent pattern and routine to their days. It is the mastery of everyday habits (not some mysterious spark of inspiration) which leads to success.

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The Doctor Will Zoom You Now: The Rise of Telehealth

Dec 2, 2020 11:04:46 PM / by

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Telehealth, also known as remotely delivered healthcare, has been provided by healthcare providers for decades, but it was used by only 11% of Americans last year. Back then, federal regulations effectively hamstrung the ability of the technology to gain traction.

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Trade Shows Are Going Virtual This Year. Here's Why You Should Join Them

Nov 11, 2020 7:00:00 AM / by

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Whether it is CES or AAPEX, setting up a booth at a trade fair has long been a great way to advertise to a target market and create awareness about your company. But as in-person meetings become untenable amid this pandemic, the physical activities we know and look forward to are shifting online for the near future.

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New IBM Innovation Could Help Identify Fake Parts in Your Supply Chain

Nov 10, 2020 6:00:00 AM / by

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To make an iPhone, Apple fetches parts from 43 different countries across the globe. This demonstrates the extraordinarily complex and far-reaching supply chain needed to manufacture the world's most iconic phone. Such a complex web of suppliers is not out of the ordinary for most of the world's products.  

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Engineering from Home? Here's How to Stay Productive While Working Remotely

Nov 9, 2020 12:51:24 PM / by

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As the initial COVID-19 stress subsides and working from home slowly becomes more familiar, it seems like a good time for engineers to begin to refine these new routines and ensure that we all continue doing our best work.

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New Modular Nuclear Reactor Design Receives Federal Approval

Oct 30, 2020 3:42:25 PM / by

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U.S. officials at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) have accepted a proposal for a small commercial nuclear reactor for the first time. According to Scientific American, the small modular reactor (SMR) will be built by NuScale Power and is the first of its kind in the U.S.

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The Use and Abuse of Facial Recognition Data

Oct 27, 2020 9:05:10 PM / by

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In 1962, when Woodrow Wilson Bledsoe created a measuring system to identify faces, he may not have realized how widespread facial recognition would eventually become.  

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