Biomedical Engineering is the fastest growing occupation, according to Labor Department statistic...
A record number of researchers, scientists and students will present their work at the 2010 BMES ...
The Biomedical Engineering Society’s 2010 class of BMES Fellows was announced today. The newly el...
Whether it's an Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV), an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) robot or a Micro Aerial Vehicle (MAV), University of West Florida engineering students are designing and developing robots for competition that can navigate mazes, negotiate obstacles, identify colors, move small objects and execute a multitude of oth
For years, sci-fi movies and novels have depicted a world populated by artificially intelligent robots – devices that will one day work for the betterment of humankind. This summer, the next generation of robotic programmers took one step closer to achieving their long sought-after goal.
A new grant will allow the team to examine the routing of patients at large 'safety net' hospitals statewide.
Recently named one of the country's top military-friendly schools by Military Advanced Education magazine, the University of West Florida offers innovative educational opportunities to help meet the military's needs.
Florida's Great Northwest is investing in certificate and degree programs in information technology (IT) and engineering at seven Northwest Florida post-secondary institutions. Through its post-secondary education scholarship program, Florida's Great Northwest is awarding two grants, totaling $1,150,000, to be used for scholarships.
The sky's not even the limit for Neil Edmonston, a University of West Florida senior majoring in Electrical Engineering. Aspiring to work in the unmanned aerial systems field developing airframes and electronics, Edmonston is about to take flight on his future career path.
The Society of Women Engineers is the largest non-profit educational and service organization representing both student and professional women in engineering and technical fields. The University of West Florida chapter has 10 members so far and expects membership to increase once the new School of Science and Engineering opens in the spring of 2010.