Adaptive Materials Bring Futuristic Aircraft Closer to Reality
U.S. Army research engineers develop materials that adjust and strengthen when exposed to ultraviole...
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TWIE 9: Border Walls, Robotic Spine and Bad Mushroom Jokes
This Week in Engineering (TWIE) is our science news highlights show.
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Can a New System Replace Braille?
ELIA Frames have been developed as 'the world's most intuitive tactile reading system' - can they re...
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Open Source Innovation Could Put a 3D Bioprinter in Your Living Room
A recently published study outlines a method by which anyone with a personal 3D printer can build th...
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Printable, Flexible, Organic Solar Cells Are Coming
Hannah Burckstummer from Merck discusses the current status of organic cells and how to move toward ...
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AI Turns Smartphone into an Enhanced Microscope
UCLA researchers use deep learning to turn a smartphone into a lab-quality microscope.
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New AI Develops Road Maps from Aerial Images
Tech holds new promise for improved map apps and self-driving vehicle navigation.
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Robotic Spine Promises New Treatments for Spinal Deformities
Exoskeleton measures and corrects spinal movement and development.
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Vion Offers a Smart and Simple Bluetooth Multimeter
New multimeter system puts the computing power in the probes and leaves the bulky body behind.
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Not the Only Fungi in the Room: How Fungi Can Save the World
Researchers and companies are working to use fungi in new and interesting ways.
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TWIE 8: Earwigs, Ultrasound, and Uber Self-Driving
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Purisoo Cleans Water with Manual Pumping
Korean engineers have developed a water bottle purification system that relies on manual pumping.
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Rockoons Set to Rock Rocket Launching Access
Purdue University startup modernizes rockoons, high-altitude balloons for rocket launching.
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Ground-Penetrating Radar Meets Virtual Reality Augmentation
New Surveying Method Takes the Guesswork and Delays Out of Ground Investigation.
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Ancient Paper Art Could Hold the Key to Smart Clothing
Researchers have developed a kirigami-inspired polymer that could change our ability to produce effe...
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TWIE 7: Impossible Science?
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Ultrathin, Flexible Electronic Displays Could Be the New Normal in Print Media
A team of Chinese engineers has developed an updatable LCD display just barely thicker than standard...
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ProjectBoard: The Social Network to Make Ideas Happen
ProjectBoard is designed to let engineers, designers and students collaborate with a community to re...
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Replacing Expiration Dates with Smart Food Packaging
Best before? Not anymore! McMaster University develops "Sentinel Wrap" that can tell if food had gon...
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Makers Can Build a Nixie Clock with this Arduino Shield
Robin Sterling is running crowdfunding campaign for his shield that will control Nixie tubes.
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