SALt - This Lamp Runs on Salt Water and Electrochemistry

Alisa and Raphael Mijeno have created a lamp that requires salt and water to create light.

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The Rise of Industrial Robotics

'What’s new in the world of industrial robots? And are they coming for your job? <br /> '

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Mitsubishi to Sell U.S. Facility as Caterpillar Announces Truck Production

One company wins and one company loses. Just another day in the Great Recession.

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3D Scans of Lost Michelangelo Statues to Help in Their Preservation

Why are two bronze casts made by Michelangelo are losing intricate detailing of original models?

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CyboInverter Gives More Options for Renewable Energy

CyboInverter now including an on-grid/off-grid option to support battery backup.

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The Pros and Cons of Online Engineering Masters Degrees

Asynchronous learning allows you to propel your credentials without taking time off work.

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PLM at Jaguar Land Rover – The Moment of Truth for Dassault’s 3DEXPERIENCE Platform

Sometimes crisis can bring about surprisingly positive effects.

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5 Benefits of Using A Team Charter On Your Next Engineering Project

Whenever you have a chance to reduce risk and the number of assumptions in a project, take it. When you build a team charter, you will be doing both. Here are 5 benefits of using a team charter on your next engineering project.

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BIM

Put Your Building Models on the Web for Free with Revizto

AutoCAD, Revit and SketchUp can be viewed and shared online — for free.

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CAM

How Good Are Your CAM Skills? A National Test Will Find Out

With the help of Autodesk, NIMS is creating nationwide credentials for machinists that will be heavy on CAM skills.

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