| Meet the Engineers: |
Lori Hasselbring, PhD, P.E.
Lori was named 1995 Young Engineer of the Year by the National Society of Professional Engineers
She is a consultant for Stress Engineering Services, Inc. She is a technical expert witness -serving as a forensics engineer - and investigates chemical plant explosions, product failures and other accidents where people are killed or seriously injured.
Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware; M.S., Chemical Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University; B.S. Paper Science & Engineering, Miami University (Ohio)
"My favorite school subjects were math and science. Also, I enjoyed solving crossword puzzles and reading mysteries. Engineers spend most of their time solving problems."
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Did you know that bubble gum was invented by engineer Waldo Semon? Semon invented synthetic rubber and while looking at rubber's different uses invented a new substance, thinking it could replace conventional chewing gum.