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Who was Rudolf Diesel, and how did he come to invent the engine that powers so much of today’s industry and transportation?
Sometimes an interview can be intimidating. Learn six ways to give your best interview and land the job you want. Train at WyoTech.
Ever wonder what a day in the life of an auto mechanic is like? Train at Wyotech and prepare for a new career in the automotive industry.
Flying cars have been a dream for more than 100 years. Here is a list of seven actual "flying cars" – all of them experimental or prototypes – from the past 80 years.
Volunteers from WyoTech in Laramie spent the weekend helping the U.S. Forest Service prepare the Yellow Pine Campground for the coming tourist season.
Don't miss WhoTech Laramie's 12th Annual Car Show event. Over 300 hotrods, cars and motorcycles are expected to participate.
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Diesel engines use heat created from compression to ignite their fuel instead of the sparks that ignite the air-fuel mixtures in conventional internal combustion engines. But are they really better than gas engines? Many engineers would say “yes.”
J.D. Power and Associates has released its 2012 list of the most dependable auto brands sold in the United States. Lexus leads the list; Chrysler is dead last.
Denver television station KUSA's 9News recently aired a heartwarming feature on students from WyoTech's Laramie campus helped an Afghanistan War widow restore her classic 1959 Chevy Apache pickup truck.
The Obama Administration has formally proposed a new set of automobile mileage standards it hopes to be in place by 2025. The White House hopes to have the entire U.S. auto fleet averaging 54.5 miles per gallon by the date.
Jason Purdue2005 Graduate"The training I received was top-of-the-line. School was fun and didn't seem like school at all. And now that I've graduated, I have a great paying full-time job thanks to WyoTech."
Jessi Combs - Extreme 4x42004 Graduate
collision-refinishing-technologyCo-host of Spike TV's "Xtreme 4X4" "At WyoTech, I received the skill set necessary to take me as far as my imagination will lead me." Jessi Combs' motto, "It's not how big you are in the fight; it's how big the fight is in you," has taken her a long way...