Stanford Lab Continues Development of Low-Cost Healthcare Tools
Manu Prakash talks about his paper centrifuge and the idea that frugal science will bring useful hea...
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Disney Research Introduces Design Tool for Compliant Mechanisms
Software converts models for rigidly articulated devices to flexible, elastic mechanisms.
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Some Problems You Just Can’t Engineer Around
NASA interrupts communication with its Martian rovers thanks to the Sun.
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Is the Navy’s Next Gen Aircraft Carrier Already Outdated?
What makes the USS Gerald R Ford a big show of force also makes it a big target
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3D Scanning with Water
Researchers use water displacement as a shape sensor for reconstructing complex objects.
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U.S. and Australia Conduct Secretive Hypersonic Flight Tests
The U.S. and Australia test a hypersonic rocket in the deep outback. How close are we to hypersonic ...
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Asteroid Mining – Who Wants to be a Trillionaire?
Exploring the economic and engineering challenges of off-world mining.
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Lockheed Martin to Develop Habitat for Deep Space Gateway
Deep Space Gateway is, “essentially a robotic spacecraft well-suited for humans,” says NextSTEP mana...
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INFOGRAPHIC: How Much Plastic Have Humans Produced?
Calculations show we’ve created 8.3 billion metric tons of plastics since the early 1950s.
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Dandelion Produces Cheaper Geothermal Heating
Project Dandelion has graduated from Google's Moonshot Factory and is now offering innovative geothe...
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Kitables Offers Monthly Kit for Makers
Kitables has developed a monthly kit for makers to build confidence and skillsets.
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Why the Navy Sees Morse Code as the Future of Communication
The U.S. Navy turns to texting to revitalize a reliable, yet underused communication technique.
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Driverless Electric Race Car Makes U.S. Debut
Roborace showcases Robocar in Times Square.
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Nanomesh Enables Wearable Sensors for Long-Term Health Monitoring
Breathable elastic electrodes worn continuously for a week without discomfort.
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Optimizing Hydrogen-Powered Passenger Ferries
SF-BREEZE study shows liquid hydrogen fuel cells feasible for urban ferries.
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Hyperloop One Completes Successful Full Systems Test
Company unveils first prototype of Hyperloop One Pod.
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Research Shows a Single Nuclear Strike Could Cause Devastating Climate Change
New calculations reveal global consequences of even limited nuclear strikes.
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Energy-Recycling Steps Make Stair Climbing Easier
Spring-loaded stairs store energy on descent and release it on ascent.
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Here’s Why Net Neutrality Matters to Engineering
How an unfree Internet would stagnate the growth of engineering knowledge.
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Mysterious Collision at Sea—How Did This Happen?
Survivors of seven deceased US Navy sailors await answers from tragedy.
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