Summarizing 4 News Articles

Institute for Medical and Biological Engineeringhttp://www.aimbe.orgAmerican Society of Civil

Engineers http://www.asce.org/issues_and_advocacy/Engineering News-Recordenr.com IEEE Spectrum

newsletterhttp://spectrum.ieee.org/ American Society of Mechanical Engineers

https://www.asme.orgRoyal Academy of Engineering – Current

Issueshttp://www.raeng.org.uk/policy/engineering-policy/current-issuesScientific

Americanhttp://www.scientificamerican.comMIT Technology Review

magazinetechnologyreview.com/magazineMIT Newsnews.mit.eduEngineering 360 — New products, misc. tutorials, and vendor white

papershttp://www.globalspec.comSlashdothttps://technology.slashdot.org/

 

Answer the following questins for each news article:

 

# PUBLICATION TITLE or authoritative news source:

# ARTICLE TITLE (and subtitle if any):

# Clickable, persistent URL that links directly or very close to the article: (Insert link below.)

 

# Brief but accurate and substantive SUMMARY of article, in your own words: If the article is wide-ranging, just summarize the aspect of the article you will be analyzing.

 

Professional opportunities or challenges that this development may pose for ENGINEERS:

 

Some foreseeable impacts on direct or indirect STAKEHOLDERS other than engineers:

 

TECHNICAL engineering aspects of this development that you think merit a closer look?

 

Are there “SOCIOTECHNICAL” aspects of this development that you think merit a closer

look?

 

.Are there design, economic, or other TRADEOFFS in this development that merit analysis?

does this development look to you with respect to SUSTAINABILITY?

 

any of the above considerations pose ETHICAL concerns

 

his news article suggest any topic areas or specific topics you might like to address in the major course paper?

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