New York Teen Finds New Concrete Applications

Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna studied concrete additives to develop new applications for oil well seals.

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New Electrocatalyst Uses 99% Less Platinum Than Conventional Designs

Carbon nanotubes stabilize single platinum atoms.

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Controlling the Curvature of Sheet Plastic with Light

Researchers turn 2D plastic sheets into 3D structures with inkjet printing and infrared light.

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Surfing for Model-Based Definition Waves of Knowledge

Elysium conference in Surf City provides waves of knowledge: collaboration/interoperability tools and MBD.

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Forecast 3D Among the First to Offer HP’s Multi Jet Fusion

3D printing service bureau Forecast 3D will soon be receiving its MJF 3D printer and taking orders.

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Making Super-Hard Windows from Nanoceramics

Researchers synthesize transparent silicon nitride.

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IoT Bought Me This Big Data and All I got Was an Unused Data Lake

Big data applications are the focus of IEEE Proceedings publication.

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ESI Group Acquires Analytical Numerical CAE Software

Early development scientific and engineering programming language, Scilab, comes to ESI users.

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Reviewing the HP Z2 Mini CAD Workstation: Looks Like Darth Vader and Is Flexible Like a Ninja

How does the HP Z2 Mini Workstation perform when put to the test?

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Siemens PLM Sponsors AM E-Fests for Students

Siemens PLM sponsors an ASME event to engage student engineers in their fields before they graduate.

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Graphene Turns Decades-Old Space Energy Technology into Ultra-Efficient Thermionic Generator

Stanford researchers add graphene to a satellite-powering technology from the 1950s to create an efficient, renewable power source for the 21st century.

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Silicon Nanosheets Offer An Alternative to Graphene

Polymer-coated nanocomposite material has exceptional optoelectronic properties.

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HyperWorks 2017 CAE Release Focuses on Electromagnetic and MBD Portfolio

Altair brings much of its newly released technology into the HyperWorks fold.

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Cheap, Reusable Sponge Reinvents Oil Spill Cleanups

Nanostructured Oleo Sponge could revolutionize the cleanup of oceanic oil spills.

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