If you’re an engineering student or new grad, chances are you’re doing everything you can to stay “in the know” of what’s happening in the engineering community. There’s no better way to do this than through Twitter!
You’re probably well aware that Twitter isn’t just a platform for users to create 140 character statuses about your day. Twitter is being used globally by leaders to educate and inform their communities on industry trends.
We’ve created a list of some engaging engineering Twitter users to help you stay in the know on engineering news, trends, innovations, and current developments.
Staying in touch online is not only a good way to expand your knowledge, it’s good practice for making connections in your industry!
What are you waiting for? Get following!
With extensive communication experience plus expertise in the engineering industry, Tyrone provides followers with understandable, relevant, and current news throughout the day.
David aims to educate followers about environmental engineering and promote sustainable practices with his invaluable knowledge and suggested articles.
Why Lake Winnipeg’s Degredation is a Prairie-Wide Environmental Calamity bit.ly/PDKulH
— David Rush (@EcoEngineering) October 5, 2012
The National Science Foundation tweets about their engineering projects to enlighten followers on current developments, news, and innovations.
Sugar and the origins of life ow.ly/gQffA
— National Science Fdn (@NSF) May 24, 2013
From the field: Researchers Explain Magnetic Field Misbehavior in Solar Flares: The Culprit is Turbulence: Whe… 1.usa.gov/185gpsz
— National Science Fdn (@NSF) May 23, 2013
Clues to Earth’s biodiversity found in unique, plant-eating bugs — true bugs ow.ly/kYZy2
— National Science Fdn (@NSF) May 17, 2013
Geeky Girl Engineer:
Geeky Girl is an environmental health scientist and engineer who will be sure to keep you in the know on environmental engineering news along with daily humour.
— Geeky Girl Engineer (@gkygirlengineer) May 28, 2013
Oyster Shells Are an Antacid to the Oceans [also this gem of a line: biodeposits, a genteel term for excrement] nyti.ms/10IFgtA
— Geeky Girl Engineer (@gkygirlengineer) May 21, 2013
This could be an amazing way to combine technologies and save lives: GPS improves early tsunami alerts bbc.co.uk/news/science-e…
— Geeky Girl Engineer (@gkygirlengineer) May 20, 2013
Chris is the Director of the UK Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology. On a daily basis he tweets about global science engineering news to keep followers informed and educated!
Cancer risk gene testing announced m.bbc.co.uk/news/health-22…
— Chris Tyler (@cptyler) May 20, 2013
— Chris Tyler (@cptyler) April 30, 2013
Can animals keep pace with climate change? Looks like it’ll be a tough ask. “Life finds a way.” We’ll see, Jeff. nature.com/news/climate-z…
— Chris Tyler (@cptyler) April 22, 2013
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