Entries for August 2017

3 Methods for Defending Against Cyber Attacks on 3D Printers
Monitoring printer motion, sounds and using gold nanoparticles to verify part integrity.
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Driverless Cars - The Race to Level 5 Autonomous Vehicles
Overview of the major players in self-driving cars and their progress so far.
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New Thruster Design Makes for More Efficient Spaceflight
Inlet nozzles create vortex to power plasma ejection.
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Top 10 Engineering Role Models
Sources for STEM inspiration.
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How Inflatable Speedboats Could Absorb Wave Energy for a Smoother Ride
Splash Lab develops science behind improved watercraft design.
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Add-On Turns Smartphones into Tricorders
Spectral transmission-reflectance-intensity (TRI)-Analyzer handles blood, urine and saliva samples.
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Plant Robot Cyborgs Can Teach STEM Concepts
Citizen Scientific Workshop is crowdfunding Plantoids, a robotics platform designed to protect and d...
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Artificial Intelligence Uses Internet Searches to Design a Magic Trick
Algorithm sources and processes associated words and images for novel mindreading card trick.
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This New Biosensor Will Make You Sweat
Wearable the size of a Band-Aid stimulates sweat to monitor health while patients are resting.
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Rutgers Engineers Develop Affordable Microcentrifuge
Jason Wu from Rutgers has built an Arduino controlled microcentrifuge for less than $100.
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Animal Scientists and Engineers Team Up for a 3-D Look Inside Live Embryos
Gradient light interference microscopy helps with imaging thick, multicellular samples.
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Engineering Destruction: The Terrifying and Awesome Power of The USS Gerald R. Ford
Manufacturing a new class of aircraft carrier with 3D modeling software for the first time.
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Watch this Microbot Capture Cells Like a Tiny Pac-Man
Microbot origami use magnetic energy to capture and transport single cells.
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Studying Cicada Wings for Bioinspiration
Water repelling properties of circada wings could yield insights into new surface technologies.
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Preventing Back Pain with Smart Underwear
Engineers develop wearable device that reduces activity in lower back muscles.
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Reebok’s Moonboots Are Actually Pretty Cool
Reebok has designed a new boot for astronauts, but what’s the benefit?
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Deeper Lock Fights Bike Theft Using Smart Tech
Engineers at Deeper Lock have built a smarter, tougher bike lock.
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Kalashnikov Introduces Autonomous Cannon
Kalashnikov has introduced an AI-driven cannon. Does it represent a change in how war will be conduc...
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INFOGRAPHIC: Environmental Engineering for Sustainable Coastal Tourism
From drainage and wastewater management to hotel and resort construction.
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Chemical Engineers Propose an Alternative to Methane Flaring
Small reactor converts water and methane into carbon monoxide and hydrogen.
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