Women in science are getting more and more attention as the nation attempts to capitalize on all of the brain power available to achieve the greatest of goals. From new college engineering graduates who are already well versed in strain gaging services to high school physics students who are just learning the way that torque measurement products can be used throughout at variety of industries, the need for science, technology, engineering, and math skills has never been more important.
And while the fundamental use of the torque equation has not changed in decades, the face of those applying these skills has. In fact, in an effort to get girls interested in many of the basics of physics, colleges and children museums are joining forces to she these potential scientists the power of learning basic skills like torque equations to master the world we live in. Instead of forcing (more…)
Oct 14 2019