Innovators: Academic Unit

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ENGINEERING A GREAT CAREER IN OCEAN TECHNOLOGY

by wade on June 14, 2012

Thursday, May 31, was a day to remember for more than 170 young men and women from the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.   May 31 was the engineering students' day to take centre stage at Memorial University's spring 2012 convocation ceremonies. Graduates received their degrees in civil engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, process engineering and ocean and naval architecture engineering with family, friends and faculty members in attendance at the St. John's Arts and Culture Centre. Read more.

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INVITATION TO SESSION ON PIONEERING R&D PROJECTS AT MUN

by wade on June 7, 2012

This is your invitation to learn more about three cutting edge engineering projects making headlines at Memorial University and explore innovative R&D opportunities with top notch researchers. This information session will be held June 14,  10:00 AM - 1:00 PM at the NRC Building, Arctic Ave. MUN Campus.   Read more.

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NEW PROGRAM TO STUDY MARINE AND OFFSHORE STRUCTURES IN HARSH OCEAN ENVIRONMENTS

by wade on April 3, 2012

April 2, 2012, St. John's: Newfoundland and Labrador’s knowledge and technological capacity for ships and offshore structures operating in harsh ocean environments is about to be strengthened with the launch of a research program at Memorial University’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.   Read more.

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Silicon Valley Model: Strategic Research or Strategic Culture - Which Comes First?

by wade on July 18, 2011

By Bruce Colbourne, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, Memorial University:

 

One of my favourite models for the discussion about ocean technology cluster expansion is Silicon Valley and, in particular, Stanford University’s role in incubating and sustaining Silicon Valley. Everyone admires Silicon Valley. Read more.