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  • Grand Egyptian Museum nearing completion

    Nov 9, 2018 | 05:56 am

    Grand Egyptian Museum nearing completion At the foot of the pyramids of Giza, a new museum is taking shape.Five thousand Egyptian civil engineers are hard at work to complete the Grand Egyptian Museum. Construction began 16 years ago, and the doors are expected finally to open in early 2019.One of the firms attached to the build is Buro Happold Engineering. They say the museum will be a construction where ‘mathematical precision meets elegant vision.'The initial call for proposals for the museum was in 2002. The[…]

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  • Startup unveils purely mechanical bowling machine

    Nov 9, 2018 | 04:19 am

    Startup unveils purely mechanical bowling machine Mechanical engineers are flexing their eco-friendly and business savvy muscles in the startup industry. Pratheek Palanethra was a mechanical engineering student in Bengaluru and is also passionate about cricket.During his student years - studying for his Master of Technical Entrepreneurship at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania – he was sad to discover that there was really no cricket culture in the US. He struggled to find students who wanted to practice cricket with him. Instead of allowing it to perturb him[…]

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  • Automation won’t replace skilled workers, say experts

    Nov 9, 2018 | 03:59 am

    Automation won’t replace skilled workers, say experts As 2018 comes to a close, the industrial automation market is preparing to further digitize and automate industries into 2019.McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) reports that by 2030 about 15 percent of workers around the world will be displaced by automation. However, they also note that employees are unaware that eight to nine percent of them will work in jobs that don't yet exist.Consequently, automation will not only replace repetitive jobs, but also create new opportunities in many industries. This is[…]

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