Joshua Knight safely returned from Iraq, where he successfully used the EWB Austin petrifilm incubator, the “Armadillo v. 1.0” to measure bacterial water quality in several sources.
This is what your support of EWB-USA Greater Autin Chapter has accomplished! We visited our first Peru CAMBIAR project in Huasta this last week and learned they used our irrigation … Continue reading
The Austin EWB Chapter’s Instrumentation group has been making a portable incubator for petrifim analysis for several years. There recent version has been tested in the US a lot, but … Continue reading
EWB-USA Greater Austin Chapter Brunch in the Park Is this Saturday! Join us as we celebrate the beginning of the fall semester. Come hang out, learn about our projects, and have … Continue reading
Interested in international development? Get the lowdown on getting involved with Engineers Without Borders Greater Austin Chapter. Come learn more about the organization and see presentations from all of our … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who attended our Spring Information Session on Monday (pictured below). We are so excited for 2017! Please join us at any (or all) of our upcoming events: EWB Bowling … Continue reading
Want to learn more about what EWB does, what projects we’re currently working on, and how you can get involved?…Join us for our Spring 2017 General meeting!
The meeting will be held on January 23, 2016 from 6-7pm in CPE 2.220 on the UT Campus. Free donuts will be provided.
Our current Open-source incubator prototype is now named Armadillo. We are currently working on producing high quality video documentation for Armadillo’s usage and assembly instructions. Learn more about our incubator, which … Continue reading
Greater Austin Chapter representatives will be attending the South & Southeast Regional Conference this weekend at Georgia Tech, and presenting on water quality analysis method insights. For the first time, … Continue reading