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Troy, N.Y. A team of Rensselaer students earned third place at the ASME Student Manufacturing Design Competition at the Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference at the University of Southern California. The students designed “Invisbell,” a bike bell that mounts on either side of a bicycle’s handlebars to accommodate both left- and right-handed riders.
This year, as part of the National Manufacturing Day program hosted by the School of Engineering at Rensselaer, a Sikorsky UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter will land on 86' Field on Friday, Oct. 14.
Nearly 300 high school students from around New York’s Capital Region will visit the Rensselaer campus to attend the National Manufacturing Day program on Friday, Oct. 14.
This past summer, a team of Rensselaer students garnered second place during the annual American Society of Mechanical Engineers/ Society of Manufacturing Engineers Student Manufacturing Design Competition.
To support innovative strategies to strengthen the U.S. manufacturing competitiveness, Rensselaer has launched a new certificate program for graduate students in advanced manufacturing.