Blood-Repellant Materials Could Lead to ‘Invisible’ Medical Implants

Engineers at Colorado State University work to reduce risks of infection and blood clots from surgical implants.

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Lenovo Introduces 3 New ThinkPads—One Ready for VR

'Lenovo has introduced 3 new mobile workstations, including one that is VR ready.'

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Mobile Industrial Robot Sales Grew 500 Percent in 2016

Automate 2017 will see launch of a new product from logistics robot developer, MiR.

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From 3D Printing Circuit Boards to Organs, Nano Dimension’s CEO Discusses New Bioprinting Subsidiary

Nano Dimension CEO Amit Dror explains the company’s new bioprinting subsidiary.

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LED Streetlights: $7.5M Investment Will Return $57M in Energy Cost Savings

LED streetlights and other green initiatives will help America's largest township save a ton of money.

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Engineering Students Build and Race Toboggans Made of Concrete

The Great Northern Concrete Toboggan Race involves more than 450 engineering students from across Canada.

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Boeing, Airbus and the Hardship of Dealing with PLM Obsolescence –TV Report

A common theme for global enterprises – PLM obsolescence.

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IOT

Engineers Can Secure Hadoop and IoT Data with New Release from HPE

SecureData adds format-preserving encryption and integrates with Apache NiFiecosystem.

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BIM

Bentley Shows Off Roads and Bridges

An annual highlight of top customers and projects at the Year in Infrastructure conference.

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CAM

Mastercam 2017 Lathe: New Chip Break Option, Model Enhancements

Features include simplified turning options and anew filter in the tool angle dialog box.

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BOXX Updates its MXL VR Mobile Workstation

BOXX updates its mobile VR workstation. Are engineers ready to adopt VR into their workflow?

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