Entries for April 2018

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?
This Week in Engineering is our science news highlights show!
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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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Researchers Heat Up Invisibility Capabilities
UC Irvine engineers create invisibility material by meshing science and science fiction.
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Wirelessly Charge Your Electric Car While You Drive?
Electric vehicles may one day be able to recharge while driving down the highway.
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Ultrasound Patch Opens New Doors in Non-Destructive Testing Methods
Flexible island-bridge structure embedded in silicone elastomer enables probe to conform to irregula...
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How Insect Wings Could Lead to Better Machines
Origami folds found in earwig wings may help improve device capabilities.
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Metal Foam Could Better Protect Soldiers Against Blast Pressure, Fragmentation
Lightweight steel composite blocks fragments and blast waves more effectively than traditional alumi...
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The HoneyBot Protects Your Factory from Hackers
Decoy robot lets hackers think they have control, then collects their info and notifies authorities.
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