A Method for Predicting Shell-Thickness Inspired by Candy!
Chocolate-inspired theory predicts thickness of shells for pharmaceutical capsules, rocket bodies an...
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The Problem with Test Driving Autonomous Vehicles
RAND study demonstrates difficulties of using test driving to prove reliability of self-driving cars...
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Engineers Bring Marvel Tech to Life
Grant Imahara kicks off project to recreate Captain America’s shield and Iron Man’s gauntlet.
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Spekwin32 Making Big Changes to its Optical Spectroscopy Software
Spectroscopy Ninja is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund updates to their popular Spekwin32 spec...
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Mass Production of Carbon-Based Quantum Dots is Coming Soon
Carbon and graphene quantum dots offer sustainable alternative to traditional semiconductor material...
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The Moonshot Factory Celebrates Failure to Foster Innovation
Astro Teller from Google X shares ideas about how failure can be an effective tool for innovation.
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Humanoid Robotic Diver Recovers Treasure from King Louis XIV’s Flagship
Stanford’s OceanOne uses haptic feedback to let human pilots safely explore the briny deep.
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MOON - An Accurate Lunar Globe that Includes the Sun
British engineers are crowdfunding a lunar globe developed with NASA data and circled by an LED sun ...
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Carbon Nanotubes Help Bridge The Gap to Optical Computing
Optical computer chips could employ carbon nanotube waveguides.
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3D Scanning for Newborn Seals Yields a Bomb Scare in Scotland
A Sketchfab community member’s bizarre day at the beach
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Holographic Displays Just Got a Lot Better with Nano-Magnetic Pixels
Are we seeing the future of 3D multimedia?
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Quantum Computing Takes A Step Forward With Quantum Data Bus
Engineers demonstrate an effective method for transferring quantum information between two locations...
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Volocopters: A New Mode of Transportation?
Despite the novelty, multicopter aircraft are unlikely to revolutionize urban travel.
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Learning Drone Navigation Lessons From Bats
Kenneth Sebesta shows us how bats navigate during an emergence and how we can apply those characteri...
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Stopping Bullets with Foam
Composite metal foams perform surprisingly well
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VR Is Everywhere, But Who Is Using It for PLM, Manufacturing and Engineering?
A closer look at Virtalis’ Visionary Render and VR/visualization systems.
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New Lens Could Change How Cameras Are Designed
Engineers develop flat, ultralight camera lens.
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VR-Ready Workstations and GPUs: Get Ready, Here They Come
Looking for the killer engineering app in VR
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Graphene-Based Nanoscrolls Could Improve Water Purification
Researchers use graphene oxide as a low-cost alternative to graphene.
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Tired of Tiny Touchscreens? Smartwatches Can Now Track Your Finger in Mid-Air
FingerIO uses sonar to track users’ gestures in the space around their mobile devices.
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