Category: Material Advantage Blog

Congratulations to the 2018 Material Advantage Student Contest Winners from MS&T!

Undergraduate opportunities at MS&T18!

Undergraduate Student Poster Contest Do not miss out on the opportunity to present a poster at MS&T! Submit an abstract of no more than 100 words, along with your name, title of poster and the name of your university by

Material Advantage™ Announces New Dues Structure for 2019

The Material Advantage™ student program announces that starting with the 2019 membership year, the member dues structure will be adjusted to be more in line with the individual student’s country of residence. The new dues structure will be based upon the

Congratulations to the 2017 Material Advantage Student Contest Winners from MS&T!

Congressional Visits Day 2018 Recap

  The Material Advantage Student Program’s Congressional Visits Day (CVD) was held on April 17 and 18, 2018, in Washington, D.C. The CVD is an annual event that gives students an opportunity to visit Washington to educate Congressional decision makers

Register by March 15: 2018 Congressional Visits Day

Let your voice be heard on April 17 – 18, 2018, in Washington, D.C. Congressional Visits Day (CVD) gives US-based Material Advantage Student Members an exciting opportunity to visit with legislators and congressional staff from their own states. The goal

Congressional Visits Day 2017 Recap

Material Advantage Student Chapter Organizes International Conference

Great job to the the Dawood University Of Engineering And Technology Material Advantage Chapter for being an organizer for the International Conference on Modern Trends In Science Engineering And Technology (MTSET-17) being held on 27 and 28 April in Karachi, Pakistan.

Congratulations to the 2016 Material Advantage Student Contest Winners from MS&T!

CVD — Educating About the Importance of Basic Research & Development!

Congressional Visits Day (CVD) was held last week in Washington, D.C., USA. Organized by Material Advantage, CVD is an annual event that brings students to Washington to educate congressional decision makers about the importance of funding for basic science, engineering