Listening to the Quiet Voices: Unlocking the Heart of Engineering Grand Challenges

@article{Catalano2012ListeningTT,
  title={Listening to the Quiet Voices: Unlocking the Heart of Engineering Grand Challenges},
  author={George D. Catalano},
  journal={IJESJP},
  year={2012},
  volume={1},
  pages={152-159}
}
According to the National Academy of Engineering, the list for the Grand Challenges for Engineering are: (1) Make solar energy economical; (2) Provide energy from fusion; (3) Develop carbon sequestration methods; (4) Manage the nitrogen cycle; (5) Provide access to clean water; (6) Restore and improve urban infrastructure; (7) Advance health informatics; (8) Engineer better medicines; (9) Reverse-engineer the brain; (10) Prevent nuclear terror; (11) Secure cyberspace; (12) Enhance virtual… CONTINUE READING

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