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CU Boulder has one of the highest percentages of female freshmen in engineering in the nation
CU Boulder leads the nation with one of the highest percentages of female freshmen in engineering, according to the American Society for Engineering Education. The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences' (CEAS) 2023 fall first-year class is 41% female. That's up 27% since 2003, according to CU Boulder.
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Engineering
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CU Boulder leads the nation with highest percentage of female freshmen in engineering
CU Boulder leads the nation with one of the highest percentages of female freshmen in engineering, according to the American Society for Engineering Education. The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences' (CEAS) 2023 fall first-year class is 41% female. That's up 27% since 2003, according to CU Boulder.
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Nexteer Automotive to build engineering campus in Querétaro
The Michigan motion-control tech company will expand in Querétaro, making it the center of Nexteer's prototyping, testing and more in Mexico.
Mexico News Daily

Engineering
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US announces $138 million in sales to bolster Ukraine’s HAWK air defense system
The U.S. State Department announced Tuesday that it has approved a potential emergency $138 million in foreign military sales to Ukraine for repairs to its Hawk missile systems. “Ukraine has an urgent need to increase its capabilities to defend against Russian missile strikes and the aerial capabilities of Russian forces.
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Engineering
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Biomedical Engineering Chair Joseph Izatt Dies
Professor Izatt joined Duke BME’s faculty in 2001 and has been a lynchpin in its scientific and educational programs ever since. Holding the Michael J. Fitzpatrick Distinguished Professorship of Engineering, Izatt was a pioneering researcher and inventor who played a foundational role in optical coherence tomography (OCT).
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US company hoping to bring back the dodo and the mammoth - but here's why it won't be like Jurassic Park
Dallas-based firm Colossal Biosciences is attempting to "de-extinct" the mammoth, the dodo, and the Tasmanian tiger, using genetic engineering.
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