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Actor Shuler Hensley is such a champion of high school musical theater programs that he has an award show recognizing them named after him.
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If you’ve ever wondered how planes fly, this video will help, as our experts explain Bernoulli's Principle.
Our ergonomist explains how science meets engineering in Biomechanics, comparing joints to levers—another simple machine.
In case you need to know about the different types of welding and their uses, we’ve got you covered.
We ask the experts, and are able to get a simple definition of electricity.
Our version is admittedly simplified. We summarize the process, starting with steel coil and finishing by shipping a brand new car out the door.
A $12 million crane capable of lifting 78 tons is the machine we utilize in this engineering Teachable Moment, using pulleys and levers to explain Mechanical Advantage.
The students of Southwire's Engineering Academy break down Root Cause Analysis to its...root cause.
Southwire has a unique relationship with Carrollton High School, offering students opportunities to explore rewarding careers in engineering. Check it out.
The mysterious inner-workings of a transmission are based on a “simple” bit of engineering—using Simple Machines, also known as gears.
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