February 28th, 2018:
Working as an R&D or product development engineer, there is an almost daily need to rapid prototype designs in order to meet accelerated project demands. Accelerated project demands are partly... read more "Roadmap for Rapid Prototype Design"
 
March 14th, 2018:
Mohammad 'Mo' Sayed has been asking “What’s possible?” since he was five years old. Days after losing his mother to cancer, he survived a bombing in his Afghanistan home, which left him paralyzed.... read more "What's Possible?"
 
April 11th, 2018:
This year's BIOMEDevice Boston tradeshow will be held on April 18-19, 2018 over at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. Goddard will be exhibiting at Booth 625 with our new Virtual... read more "Visit us at BIOMEDevice Boston"
 
April 12th, 2018:
I would like to share a little bit about my daughter, Christina (age 9), who was diagnosed with an Astrocytoma tumor in her spinal cord in 2014. The tumor was approximately 5cm tall and 2cm wide –... read more "Marathon Monday: Run for MGH"
 
April 25th, 2018:
Ever since I was young, I constantly found myself building and tinkering. Whether building with Legos or Popsicle sticks, I was always striving to create. It’s no surprise I decided to pursue a... read more "3D Printing - A Tool for Inspiration and Creativity"
 
May 2nd, 2018:
It’s the most wonderful time of year again! It’s playoff hockey season! I still vividly remember my first ever hockey game in 1999 at the then-Gaylord Entertainment Center, referred to as the GEC by... read more "Engineering America's (5th) Favorite Sport"
 
May 9th, 2018:
As a startup, there are difficult decisions to be made related to product features and performance. We will examine methods and strategies to determine what performance and user specifications need... read more "LIVE WEBINAR: Minimum Viable Products: "The Engineer's Curse""
 
June 6th, 2018:
Recently, I read about an energy storage system in Switzerland that really caught my attention and sent me down a dam research binge. Just before I ventured down this rabbit hole, I got to thinking... read more "A Matter of Scale"