How to Engineer Shape-Shifting Food
Researchers 3D print gelatin sheets that transform when dunked in water.
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BIKI - Bionic Wireless Underwater Robotic Fish
Engineers from Peking University have developed an underwater drone to act as a water companion and ...
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Printed Flexible Battery Could Power Wearable Sensors
Rechargeable zinc batteries incorporate hyper-elastic isoprene polymer.
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The Promise and Peril of Programmable Matter
Modular robotics, metamaterials, magic paint cans and the truth about grey goo.
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How to Prevent 3D Printing Hacks with Hidden Flaws
Engineers embed secret defects in CAD files for additive manufacturing.
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What Do We Know About North Korea’s Ballistic Missiles?
Range and payloads of the country's medium and long range missiles
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VIDEO: A Short History of Engineering
Exploring 3,000 years of engineering in three and a half minutes.
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What Do Virtual Top Hats and Face-Detecting Blimps Have in Common?
Georgia Tech engineers work to improve control and interactions of unmanned aerial vehicles.
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Can HY4 Deliver Zero-Emission Air Transport?
German engineers continue to develop and test the HY4, a four passenger hydrogen fuel cell aircraft.
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A Cooling Component for Quantum Computers
A breakthrough in controlling qubits states could be huge for the future of quantum computer archite...
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Chinese Supercar Sets Lap Record
Chinese supercar maker shatters their own record at Germany’s famous Nürburgring
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MicroMill Provides Desktop CNC Capabilities
RP3D has developed a desktop milling machine designed to cut materials softer than steel.
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World’s Largest Aircraft Rises to the Skies Again
Hybrid Air Vehicles returns its massive inflatable to the skies after a year of being grounded.
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Unfolding the Secret of Ladybug Wings
Origami-like folds and spring-like veins provide clues for engineering applications.
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World’s Largest X-Ray Laser Makes First Light
European X-ray Free Electron Laser lights up for the first time just outside of Hamburg.
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Nanofiber Can Sense Bacteria Swimming and Heart Cells Beating
Nano-sized optical fiber can detect forces down to 160 femtonewtons.
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MBLOK - File Sharing on a Personal Cloud
New filesharing app rises from the ashes of a crowdfunding campaign for a physical device.
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Nanoengineers Fight Cancer by Simulating Submarine Volcanoes
Researchers create anti-cancer nanomaterials by simulating volcano-induced dynamic chemistry.
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Millo - The World's Smartest Smoothie Maker
New smoothie maker uses magnets to get a quieter blend and smart controls to create a smoothie exact...
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USAF Space Plane Sets Orbital Record
X-37B space plane lands in Florida after nearly two years in orbit.
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