Medical Implants Could Be Powered by Radio Waves
New wireless technology could result in smaller and less invasive medical devices in the body.
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TWIE 16: Connected Factories, A Potential Lithium Shortage and The Beast Protecting the President.
This Week in Engineering is our weekly science and engineering news show.
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MIT Media Lab's Wearable Device for Silent Speech Inputs
AlterEgo is a wearable device that takes non-verbal inputs from the user.
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Solar-Powered 3D Printing System Gives Colombians Access to Additive Manufacturing
Project gives at-risk youth in Cali, Colombia, a chance to develop advanced manufacturing skills and...
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No More “Nuisance Trips” with Smart Power Outlets for Smart Homes
Outlets with basic AI can “learn” to identify appliances and dangerous electrical spikes.
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Stanford Adds Sensors and Controls to Soft Robots
Giada Gerboni demonstrates her work with soft robots.
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Bioengineering Helps Make Rugby Safer
A recently published study offers a set of recommendations—based on hard data—to reduce the risk of ...
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Rymek Mechanical Keyboard Works With Any Screen
New mechanical keyboard built to look like a typewriter, function like a custom keyboard.
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Where Will Our Tech Take Us This Century?
Over the next 100 years, technology will change the nature of how humans live, work and play.
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AI System Can Watch You Through Walls
AI teaches wireless devices to sense a person's posture and movement, even from the other side of a ...
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New ROV Will Inspect Pipes from the Inside
Aquam Corporation announced their Amplus robot, beaming data from the inside of pipelines.
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A Semiconductor Made from Fungi Pigment
A highly durable organic pigment shows promising possibility as a semiconductor material.
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GoCube Helps You Learn, Play and Compete with Rubik's Cube
New system has an app-connected Rubik's Cube that follows your movement onscreen and lets you compet...
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A Future with Motorless Robots: New Actuating Material Allows Robots to Move When Exposed to Light
University of Hong Kong engineers have developed an actuating material that reacts when exposed to v...
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U.S. Navy Knifefish Unmanned Mini-Sub Completes Seaworthiness Test
Autonomous undersea vehicle locates and analyzes underwater mines without endangering personnel.
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China’s Private Space Race
China is quietly and rapidly ramping up its commercial space launch industry.
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EmDrive: Not Quite (Yet?) the Answer to Space Travel
TU Dresden physicists test EmDrive and Mach Effect Thrusters in SpaceDrive Project, but questions st...
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TWIE 15: 3D-Printed Buildings, Folding Wingtips, and Moon Water
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Five Mobility and Product Development Trends for 2018
Collaborative development platform Launch Forth foresees an accessible future, offers engineers ways...
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3D Battery Charges in Seconds
A Cornell University teams has developed a 3D battery that charges quickly using self-assembly nanos...
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