We explore the topic of active learning through real-world problem solving, and how some universities employ this. Active learning has been shown to yield better
Lots of folks aren’t sure. Is ECAD a commodity? In this post, we share of the capabilities that have emerged in the past few years
Moving from documents and spreadsheets to a single, unambiguous model. That’s Model-Based System Engineering. This post and video gives an overview of this technology-led initiative.
In this article we look at how K-12 schools are emphasizing diversity in their STEM programs.
This article looks at how some universities are addressing the lack of diversity in STEM graduates. STEM diversity has been proven to drive innovation.
People have been feeding sensor data to simulations for years. How are Digital Twins different? This post explains the key difference between the two scenarios
The STEM skills gap is growing quickly. Yet, many engineering colleges still employ a weed-out curriculum. This post explores this issue in greater detail.
This post reviews the simulation capabilities of the new release of Mentor’s Xpedition as well as its ability to empower electrical engineers to make better