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Engineering stories

Intro. to Nuclear Engineering's Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station Tour

Dr. Olga Palazhchenko led her Introduction to Nuclear Engineering students on a detailed tour of the Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station, offering insights into nuclear energy production and plant operations, while highlighting career opportunities in the field.

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Students showcase innovations at 10th annual Engineering Design Symposium

UNB hosted its 10th annual Engineering Design Symposium on April 4, 2024, where 181 students presented 46 innovative capstone projects addressing various practical challenges, showcasing their skills in teamwork, planning, and design under the guidance of professors and industry mentors.

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Force myography may be the future of human-machine interaction

University of New Brunswick engineering students developed a force myography device that captures arm muscle movements to improve human-machine interaction, with potential applications in prosthetics, exoskeletons, and smart home devices.

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UNB's CubeSat VIOLET will take a ride to space with SpaceX

The University of New Brunswick's CubeSat VIOLET was launched to the International Space Station on March 21, 2024, board a SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft to study the sunspot cycle and its effects on Earth's upper atmosphere, with data collection starting after deployment in early May.

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Dr. Kevin Englehart honoured for groundbreaking work in upper limb prosthetics

Dr. Kevin Englehart, a professor at the University of New Brunswick, has been named an IEEE Fellow for his contributions to myoelectric signal processing in rehabilitation engineering, recognizing his groundbreaking work in improving upper limb prosthetics and enhancing the quality of life for users.

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Co-op works for students

Co-op is a critical part of your academic degree. By joining the Engineering Co-op Program, you can gain experience in your chosen field, practice your technical & interpersonal skills, build your network, and earn income to offset the cost of school.

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