Ok, maybe not 50, but these engineers showcase the impact engineers have on our daily lives, from sports and entertainment to medical innovations and fast food! Once you've met, you can even send them emails.
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Read previous years' Halloween mysteries, FATAL FALLOUT FROM "TAINTED TEXT", and THE BICKERING BOGUS BARTHOLEMEWS AND THEIR BRIC-A-BRAC BIRTHRIGHT.
Engineer Aileen Schumacher has authored the full-length mystery novels "Engineered for Murder," "Framework for Death," and "Affirmative Reaction." and "Rosewood's Ashes"
You can meet Aileen at our Meet the Engineers section.
We have our winners! Ten "cool" contestants are the proud recipients of our popular National Engineers Week mousepads. Congratulations to them and to everyone who entered the contest.
What was the first commercial building to be air-conditioned, and when?
The New York Stock Exchange building, in 1901.
For more on the history of air conditioning in the United States, click here
Will the real engineer please stand up? Learn about famous people who are engineers and their contributions to our world and the world of engineering.