US Academic Esports League: Turning Esports Into College and Career Readiness

Forget the negative stigma around video games; they're now being recognized as a viable launchpad for careers in STEM. From this point of view, video games are not mind-numbing...Read More

Mechanical Engineering Student Partners with Industry, Gets Hands-on Experience with Metal 3D Printing

Hannah Luben is a Mechanical Engineering student at Penn State who got to experience a new technology in her senior capstone project: metal 3D printing. Through a partnership with...Read More

Williams Bay Schools Joins Smart Automation Certification Alliance: Bay Students Can Now Earn SACA Industry 4.0 certifications

This article is republished with permission from Lake Geneva Regional News; credit Eric A. Johnson. Williams Bay Middle School-High School announced Feb. 2 that it has become a member...Read More

CAS Lab at the University of Iowa Researches Drone Fleet Technology

The University of Iowa is taking drone research to the next level: in the Cooperative Autonomous Systems (CAS) Lab, undergrads and graduate students work on the future of drone...Read More

Education Should Get Ahead of EV Market Before Mass Adoption

Our world is Technology is in a constant state of flux and evolution, with new applications changing the way we work, communicate, live and move. No sector is...Read More

10 Trends & Predictions for Technical Education in 2023

There's a lot of talk about what the world will look like over the next 12 months, and education is no exception. Four years of disruption, uncertainty and a...Read More

The Power of Digital Twins in Education & Across the Economy

Digital twins are a foundational Industry 4.0 tool and are being leveraged by education and industry to design new systems, improve processes, and perform cutting-edge research in education. What...Read More

Michigan Educators Earn Smart Automation Gold (Hands-on) Certifications

24 Gold-level Smart Automation Certification Alliance (SACA) certifications were awarded to instructors from across Michigan at Macomb Community College. This was a groundbreaking two-day experience, bringing together individuals from...Read More

Matt Kirchner Appointed to American Technical Education Association Board of Trustees

Matt Kirchner, President of LAB Midwest, has been appointed to the Board of Trustees for the American Technical Education Association. Kirchner, who also serves as the Host of The...Read More