Stephen Mraz

Senior Editor, Machine Design

Steve serves as Senior Editor of Machine Design.  He has 23 years of service and has a B.S. Biomedical Engineering from CWRU. Steve was a E-2C Hawkeye Naval Flight Officer in the U.S. Navy. He is currently responsible for areas such as aerospace, defens, and medical.

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Jun 09, 2014

Sights at the National Nuke Museum

If you’re ever in Albuquerque, be sure to make time for the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History. It’s one of those museums....More
May 30, 2014

Engineering miracle or just good carpentry?

Santa Fe's miraculous spiral staircase. Really?....More
May 22, 2014

A blimp is a blimp. These aren't.

The Goodyear Company is upgrading its fleet of airships, going from blimps to zeppelins. This technological step-up will give the flying billboards....More
Apr 21, 2014

Greatest Engineering Movie: It’s down to the final two. Let’s Vote!

We’ve gotten it down to two movies, thanks to your generous cooperation. (The number of voters increased over every round, a trend we hope....More
Apr 14, 2014

We're down to four engineering movies. Vote for your Top Two!

Voting in the third round for the World’s Greatest Engineering Movie just wrapped up and a record number of voters (10% more than voted in....More
Apr 07, 2014

Then there were eight great engineering movies: Time to take it down to the Final Four!

Work in Progress: Goes live Tuesday April 8. See you soon!! ....More
Apr 01, 2014

World’s greatest engineering movie: Down to 16 and time to choose again

The first round of voting is over in the race to find the best engineering movie. In general the head-to-head match ups in the first round were....More
Mar 24, 2014

Get in on it: The first round of voting for the World’s Greatest Engineering Movie

Get in on it: The first round of voting for the World’s Greatest Engineering Movie Readers and editors nominated 32 top-notch engineering....More
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