Entries for April 2017

Computational Models Lead to Discovery of Two New Magnetic Materials
Duke University materials scientists build magnets atom by atom.
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Solar-Powered Device Pulls Water from Dry Air
Water harvester uses metal-organic framework pull water from low-humidity air.
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Engineers Work to Clean Up Lake Erie
Engineers, programmers, designers and environmental experts are attending the Erie Hack event in Det...
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Artificial Intelligence and Engineering
What is AI, what can engineers can use it for and how might it affect the engineering profession?
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New 3D Printing Method Yields Shape-Shifting Objects
Printed shape memory polymers show potential for 4D printing.
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Engineers Show Why Shoelaces Come Untied
New study yields improved understanding of knot mechanics.
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PLEN Cube Wants to Be Your Portable Assistant Robot
PLENGoer Robotics has developed a new portable robot assistant - built to be cute, easy-to-use and h...
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Knifefish Submersible Drone Hunts for Hidden Mines
Unmanned undersea vehicle aims to keep sailors safe by autonomously scouting for mines.
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Tracking Individual Blood Cells with Quantum Dots
Light-emitting particles offer new approach to biological imaging.
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Niryo One - Open Source, Six Axis Robotic Arm
Niryo is running crowdfunding campaign for a six axis robot to teach robotics and be useful to the m...
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Batteries Included—KillaJoule, the World’s Fastest Electric Motorbike
Eva Håkansson proves that electric vehicles are not slow and boring. Neither are women engineers.
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MIT Develops DuoSkin, Temporary Tattoo Devices
DuoSkin tattoos use gold leaf as the base material and are meant to look more like body jewelry than...
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Metamaterial Yields Orders-of-Magnitude Improvement to Infrared Sensors
Gold-plated lithium niobate crystal has applications for agriculture, recycling and detecting gas le...
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Can You Stand Your Ground Against Time Reversal?
Acoustic technique knocks down Lego figures, but also has implications for medical, military and pri...
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Glass Tube Sensor Offers Low-Cost Biological Sample Measurement
Sensor made from off-the-shelf components can be used for toxicity tests, developing biomaterials an...
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Limiting the Spread of Lead in Water Pipes Using Predictive Modeling
New model devised by researchers at Washington University aims to keep our drinking water safe and l...
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Mass Producing Printed Electronics
Researchers demonstrate inkjet-printed resistive memory.
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A New Method for Calculating the Potential of Renewable Resources
Study forecasts fossil fuel savings and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
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Jumping Water Droplets Cool Electronics
Nature-inspired technology copies cicada wing phenomenon to cool hotspots.
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Coming Soon from Honda: Car Horn Emojis
Advanced honking system for driver communication coming to 2018 Honda Odyssey lineup.
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