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Student-Built Electric Car Receives Statewide Recognition
Thirteen students from A.G.B.U. Alex and Marie Manoogian High School, Southfield Michigan, recently competed in a statewide
electric car competition placing second in the race in a field of 25 high schools. They also received the first
place trophy in the public relations category.
Armenian Innovators: Two Immigrants, Their Drone and American Agribusiness
CHICAGO (chicagobusiness.com) — Naira Hovakimyan didn’t know anything about flight before she was hired to work on a new autopilot system as a young researcher at the Georgia Institute of Technology in the late 1990s . . . Click here to read the original article on USA Armenian Life website.
Maria Hovanessian, Teammates Win 1st Place For Design of Efficient Traffic Management System
SANTA CRUZ — A vexing 20-minute wait in traffic at the intersection of Highway 1 and River Street to get to Costco was a motivation for a UC Santa Cruz student . . . Click here to read the original article on USA Armenian Life website.
Dr. Shant Kenderian, AESA Past President, Receives NASA Engineering Excellence Award
From left to right: Nancy J. Currie-Gregg, NASA astronaut; Dr. Shant Kenderian; Timmy R. Wilson, NASA Engineering & Safety Center (NESC) Director On November 17, 2016, NASA presented Dr. Shant Kenderian with an Engineering Excellence Award in recognition for the innovation and service he and his team at The Aerospace Corporation were able to provide. […]