Shark Scales Help Design Better Drones, Planes and Wind Turbines
Oceanic inspiration for improved aerodynamics.
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Bobsled Tracks Gravitate Toward Plastic Ice
Lubricated plastic offers a cost-effective replacement for ice tracks.
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The Changing Color of 3D Printing
MIT researchers change the color of 3D-printed objects with ultraviolet ink.
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Singapore Airshow 2018—The Aircraft
An overview of the aircraft featured at the Singapore Airshow.
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New Set of Aerodynamic Configurations make Hypersonic Airplanes a Reality
Hypersonic I-shaped Aerodynamic Configuration (HIAC) solves hypersonic flight problems.
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The Future of Public Transportation Will Come From New Tech and Sustainability
The future of commuting via public transit is supported by leveraging technology to promote savings ...
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Singapore Airshow 2018 Highlights New Tech in Aviation
Laser welding, unmanned air freighters and VR crew training are showcased at the airshow.
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Singapore Space Conference Announces Singaporean Astronaut and International Cooperation
GSTC 2018 promises greater foreign cooperation in space activities.
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Grade 9 Science Fair Wunderkind Creates a Smarter White Cane
Two science fairs, two hackathons and an internship—now she’s starting High School
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New Material Transforms Smart Windows into Solar Generators
Halide perovskite helps thermochromic windows produce electricity.
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4D Printing with Shape Shifting Smart Gel
3D printed objects made of hydrogel morph over time and temperature changes.
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Engineering History: 60th Anniversary of America Joining the Space Race
The launch of Explorer 1 on Jan. 31, 1958 marked the beginning of U.S. spaceflight and exploration.
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3D Holograms That Float in Thin Air
The iconic image of Princess Leia from Star Wars has long been the dream of hologram enthusiasts.
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Apollo DSKY Replicas Timed for Moon Landing's 50th Anniversary
S&T Geotronics is building replicas of the Apollo missions DSKY controllers.
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Lithium Batteries and the Destructive Dendrite Debacle
How Northwestern University scientists are using crumpled graphene balls to make better batteries.
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Pulses of Light to Encrypt Data and Protect Security of Cryptocurrencies
New frequency comb is smaller and more efficient, and relies on quantum entanglement.
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What Would It Cost to Operate Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory?
This infographic details the real-world costs of this iconic fictional factory.
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Stethee Brings AI and New Technology to Stethoscopes
M3DICINE has developed an AI enabled stethoscope that trades in the traditional rubber tube for mach...
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Acoustic Tractor Beams and Tornados of Sound
Not just for Star Wars anymore - powerful acoustic tractor beams could pave the way for levitating h...
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How the Shared Economy is Inspiring engineering.com's Evolution
From our logo and branding to the launch of our new projects platform, the company is undergoing a t...
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