Army Develops Super Structures to Safeguard Troops
Shelters protect people from the sun and wind and help them stay warm. Army shelters must do more -- they shield soldiers from chemical and biological agents and the fragments from enemy mortar.
Mentoring program in San Francisco
Learn about Build San Francisco, a half-day program for high-school students interested in design, construction, engineering and architecture.
Robots Connect Students to an Engineering Future
The Air Force recently experienced a robot invasion -- Lego robots, that is -- as hosts of the FIRST LEGO League US Open Championship. This year's competition in Dayton, Ohio, assembled 60 of the best teams of kids ages 9 to 14, who designed, built, and programmed their robots to tackle a real-world problem.
Scientists Keep Radiation in Its Place
There are two types of radiation: non-ionizing radiation, from sources such as visible light and radio waves, and ionizing radiation, from radioactive materials or x-ray equipment. Ionizing radiation can be harmful to humans -- but it can also be useful.
Dassault Systemes - Choose the industries you want to work with
DS customers - Video illustrating Dassault Systèmes customers and industries where our solutions are used.
The Known Universe
Ever wonder what's beyond the starry sky? Take a look at this video which starts with the Himalayas and travels to the black of space, lilterally tracking our known universe.
Cloud over London
A group of engineers, artists and architects have unveiled plans (coinciding with the 2012 London Olympics) for a Digital Cloud that would seemingly hover over London. It’s actually a complex of interconnected, inflatable plastic bubbles connected to the tops of three, 400-foot mesh-like towers. The cloud would be both an observation deck, and a giant LED screen on to which data could be projected.
Space Tourism - Galactic Suite
This company is developing the world’s first space hotel chain with modular space habitats, small bioinspired space stations orbiting around the Earth designed to accommodate space tourists. The company’s ultimate goal is make space tourism accessible to the public.
Hadron Collider Rap
Rappin' about CERN's Large Hadron Collider!
Meet the Elements
Fun with Chemistry! Learn about chemical elements in "Meet The Elements," a new animated music video from They Might Be Giants.