I know everyone has already seen this but it’s one of my favorites and is the most epic demonstration of a Rube Goldberg machine I’ve ever seen. Happy Monday.
Last summer I worked in a welding shop. I made a few of these in my free time, but have decided to get them produced in large scale for the 2011 UW graduation. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.
Lots of money has been flowing into sustainable solutions for the future. Something needs to be done. The person who figures this out will be not only incredibly beneficial to human society but also FILTHY rich.
Wish I could go to this conference… [sponsor me!! pretty pretty please?]
Hope things are going well!
I am currently involved in the Program for Technology Commercialization (PTC), a sequence of technology commercialization courses geared towards graduate and undergraduate students in engineering and science fields.
On behalf of Dr. Matt O’Donnell (Dean of Engineering) and Dr. Buddy Ratner (Professor of Bioengineering & Chemical Engineering), I’d like to invite you to join us on the afternoon Friday April 29 for judging student elevator speeches and for the networking event with the students, instructors and the UW technology commercialization community.
“revolution through competition”
here is another opportunity to capitalize on your creativity
KISS -> keep it simple, stupid
- ACG -
Do you have an idea for a product that could generate new jobs, help the environment, or improve our health and safety? Your
design could win $20,000 in the ninth annual “Create the Future” Design Contest, sponsored by COMSOL, Creo – a PTC product, and
Tech Briefs Media Group. Visit www.createthefuture2011.com for the exciting details. There is no cost to enter.