This week at MarketScale, we added new shows to our podcast network, are preparing to go live from our newest studio, and are almost ready to release our newest original online learning course.
It’s an important first question to understanding the field, and one perhaps too many mechanical engineering students don’t stop to ask.
Jack Clark, Senior Principal Scientist at Woodward, and Chris Evans, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of the Center for Precision Metrology, said the answer isn’t easy, but understanding what metrology is can open many doors.
The goal of the new Texas Capitol Complex is multi-fold. It will not only celebrate the State capitol, and house state employees in state office space with more space than ever before, but it will also create well-defined civic spaces for various events and community engagement.
There are two industries that have responded really well during the COVID crisis. One is the semi-conductor industry, according to Lea Johnson, Marketing Manager for Technetics Group.
Semi-conductors are used in all types of devices, and all of us are using devices more than ever to connect with those that we would have normally gone and seen face to face. That’s an industry that’s growing by leaps and bounds exponentially all the time.
The restaurant industry is intense, competitive, and ambitious. The coffee and cafe scene is perhaps an even crazier breed of caffeinated chaos. But with over 400 billion cups of coffee consumed per year, the demand and desire for a good cup is not going anywhere. “The Main Course,” dips into the world of coffee with guest Scott Patterson, professional actor and founder of Scotty P’s Big Mug Coffee.
On the first episode of In Focus, host Josh Brummett sat down with fellow MarketScale creative Steve Palaia, Senior Creative Lead, to discuss the latest camera technology from Sony and Canon, the future of movie theaters, and the value of having a well-rounded background in the video industry.