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Beijing University of Chemical TechnologyOn a recent trip to China, I saw some dramatic shifts in the country from just six months prior. There is a g...
Google never ceases to inspire the world with their holiday animated doodles. Today for International Women’s Day, they ask women to share their big d...
Agricultural machinery design has benefited from many innovations - from the 3 point linkage invented in 1926 that is used on 85% of tractors today, t...
Make in India is a program initiated by India’s dynamic new Prime Minister Narendra Modi that aims to increase the level of investment and innovation ...
Our annual event for Solid Edge users in the UK returned to Silverstone this year. Around 250 Solid Edge users came together to network, find out abou
A story of first in flight from Daedalus to the Wright brothers
What are you working on? That is a question you might ask a few times a week when talking with colleagues who work in different departments, or after
Last week at Hannover Messe in Germany, India unleashed its lions on the city. India was the official partner country of the fair.Prime Minist
Siemens PLM Software joined AACC’s Workforce Development Institute to discuss unique academic-industry partnerships with community college leaders. To...
Last week – thanks to our friends at Principia College - I took my son to hear Apollo 13’s Captain James Lovell, Fred Haise and Mission Flight Control
As 2014 comes to a close, take a moment to reflect on all the decisions you’ve made this year. The vast majority of them are small but some are undoub
That's Solid Edge of course!It’s the winter of 1980 and I'm in my first year studying Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London. I
Future Engineer SeriesAt the PACE Annual Forum, Team 7 competed with their Personal Assisted Mobility Device - the E7-Trike. Team 7 had student eng
Manufacturing is alive and well in the west of England. With initiatives like the Greenpower challenge and quality apprenticeships the future looks go...
The most successful graduates are those that participate in real-world projects, competitions or internships in school. It’s why we’re committed to pr
Students at the PACE Annual Forum competed with Personal Assisted Mobility Devices. Siemens PLM interviews new engineer Orlando Velez who recently com... Theoto and Elcio Fiordelisio are future engineers at the University of São Paulo. They atten
This month, the #SoftwareRev will stop in Charlotte, NC for our event on September 24th. We'll discuss apprenticeships, the manufacturing resurgen
A few years ago, I wanted a new pair of snow skis to replace my antique boards from the ‘90’s. I researched skis on the internet so I could make a “sm
Meet future engineer Arjun Ballal who attended the PACE Annual Forum, where he received NX training from PACE partner Siemens PLM Software.
The Michigan Solar Car Team won the 2014 American Solar Challenge for the fifth time in a row, beating Minnesota by nearly four hours. Despite the wid...
One of the keynote speakers at this year’s PLM Connections in Orlando was Erik Wahl. It was my favorite session of the conference. It was very differe
Students at the PACE Annual Forum participated in the Personal Assisted Mobility Device competition. Dora Smith of Siemens PLM interviews future engin...
Future Engineer Srinithish Kandagadla is a student engineer at the PES University (or Peoples Education Institute of Technology).He attend
Students at the PACE Annual Forum participated in the Personal Assisted Mobility Device competition. Dora Smith of Siemens PLM interviews future engin...