A Biomedical Engineer’s Take on Genetic Testing
Expert on nanoparticle delivery discusses the future of gene therapy.
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Space Telescope Selfie Marks Critical Test
James Webb Space Telescope verifies line of sight for testing configuration.
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How Can We Hack Into a Plant's Brain?
Greg Gage demonstrates experiments to understand how a plant's "brain" works.
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The Roadable Synapse is the Anti-Autonomous Vehicle
This car makes you hungry when it runs low on fuel (and increases your risk of a fatal accident).
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New Microreactor to Study Methane Clathrates
Microfluidic reactor aims to shed light on methane hydrate formation.
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Lab on a Chip Combines with Smartphones for Speedy Disease Diagnoses
System uses commercial smartphone to process real-time images of enzymatic amplification.
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INFINITI’s Prototype 9 Reimagines a Vintage Grand Prix Racer
Prototype 9 merges vintage design with modern electric vehicle technology.
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Flexible Skin for Robots and Prosthetics Senses Shearing Forces
Sensor skin offers close to human levels of sensitivity.
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It’s America vs. Japan in This Giant Robot Slugfest
MegaBots Mk. III vs. Suidobashi Kuratas: who will emerge victorious?
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Origami Lattice Helps Quell Traffic Noise
New technique allows engineers to selectively diffuse noise at different frequencies.
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Converting Carbon Dioxide to Carbon Monoxide with Water and Electricity
New multiscale model could aid electrochemical reduction of CO2 to fuel.
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Measuring Volcanic Emissions from Space
NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 satellite used to detect localized sources of carbon dioxide.
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Programmable Camouflage Material Inspired by Octopus Skin
Stretchable surfaces with 3-D texture morphing mimics cephalopod papillae.
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Waggit Creates Wearable Tech for Your Dog
A fitness tracker can help keep your dog healthy and give early detection to prolong life.
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Ceramic Pump Operates at a Record 1,400 C
New mechanical pump could transfer molten metals for renewable energy storage.
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Engineering Surgical Implants that Grow with Children
Tricuspid valve annuloplasty ring incorporates predictably degrading core.
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New Non-Reciprocal Circulator Operates at Millimeter-Wave Frequencies
Circulators built in conventional semiconductor chips could enhance autonomous driving and virtual r...
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Makers Get Autonomous Robotic Cutting with Goliath CNC
Springa has developed a robotic cutter that moves over the working piece as an autonomous and portab...
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Paper-Based Supercapacitor Uses Metal Nanoparticles to Boost Energy Density
The paper-based flexible supercapacitor could be used to help power wearable devices.
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5 Future Ways to Use Brain-Controlled Drone Swarms
Multiple drones require multiple human operators. Now a single operator using emerging human-brain i...
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