Students Using Nanotechnology to Solve the World’s Greatest Challenges – Drs Edward Davis, Virginia Davis & Joni Lakin, Auburn University

behavioural sciences, engineering and tech

The field of engineering is central to innovations across science and technology, yet many college students show a lack of interest in pursuing engineering careers. Educators at Auburn University are developing innovative educational modules that engage students in solving humanity’s biggest challenges using cutting-edge engineering techniques, cultivating enthusiasm for engineering careers along the way.

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