Engineering [noun]

Definition of Engineering:

the act of turning material to use

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Sentence/Example of Engineering:

As part of the restructuring, Cruise said it would double down on its engineering efforts.

By early last year Aurora had lined up multiple partners, raised an impressive war chest and burnished a reputation for having some of the top engineering talent.

Thankfully though, genetic engineering has already shown that we can improve how efficiently these microbes can be used in green recycling.

So he returned for a dual MBA and master’s in engineering through the Leaders for Global Operations program.

Since 2004, Brenner has served as a professor of the practice in civil and environmental engineering at Tufts University.

The parallel process could also be used to develop new treatments for covid-19, says Sasisekharan, a professor of biological engineering.

In reality, though, adapting machine-learning tools to specific real-world problems takes significant algorithmic and engineering work.

This was thanks, in large part, to a mechanical tomato harvester — which came out of the engineering school at the University of California, Davis, with the help of federal research money.

There was a program at my elementary school that taught the foundations of aerospace engineering.

Van Lier didn’t take any classes in electrical engineering or robotics.