Stanford Engineers Develop Low-Cost Hand Powered Centrifuge

Manu Prakash has developed a paper centrifuge, inspired by a buzzer whirligig toy.

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Engineers Beat Ms. Pac-Man High Score with Artificial Player

Decision-tree approach predicts ghost movement with 94.6 percent accuracy.

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Teaching Engineering Students How to Commercialize Their Research

Cornell’s engineering and business students collaborate to commercialize research as part of graduate fellow program.

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Velodyne LiDAR ramps up Production with new Megafactory

One million sensors to be produced in 2018 will directly impact autonomous car production.

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Lego MiniDrone - All Assembly Required

Kitables is running a Kickstarter campaign for their DIY Mini Lego Drone Kit - parts are all included, only assembly is needed.

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From Rapid Prototyping to Low-Volume Manufacturing

Star Prototype rebrands to Star Rapid to highlight manufacturing capabilities.

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A Cloud-Enabled Helper Robot

QIHAN's Sanbot, recently debuted at CES 2017 in Las Vegas.

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VIDEO: Mexico’s Hidden Manufacturing Advantage

Automakers are global producers. Protectionism doesn’t make sense from a manufacturer’s standpoint.

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PLM This Week: Dassault Systèmes and HTC Bring VR into Product Development

Plus other PLM news from IFS, Centric, SAP and PTC.

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VIDEO: Meet Watson, the Hand-Held Material Inspection Device

Powered by triboelectric effect, the Watson device simplifies training and use with smart technology.

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Fiat Chrysler Under Investigation of Violating Clean Air Act

104,000 vehicles with undisclosed auxiliary emission control devices, affecting NOx emissions.

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Industrial Robots set to Generate USD$45 Billion by 2025

More industries are benefitting from automated systems, boosting demand for industrial robots.

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Fret Zeppelin Device Teaches Guitar in Sixty Seconds

Engineers have developed a flexible LED strip to attach to any guitar surface and show the user how to play.

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What’s Coming at Automate 2017

Over 20,000 visitors to attend 60 sessions, “Expert Huddles” and keynotes on industrial automation.

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