Entries for October 2016

Digitally Tuneable Mobile Antenna Could Unlock 5G Wireless
Engineers propose novel method to create frequency reconfigurable antennas.
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Cutting Out the Middleman in Solar Energy
New device combines solar cell and battery for improved energy storage.
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Why Put a Robot Inside an MRI?
GuidaBot receives NSF grant for magnetic resonance imaging robotic manipulator technology.
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A Little Halloween Engineering
How to celebrate Halloween with a 60,000-psi waterjet, NASA and molten aluminum.
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Investigation Reveals Causes of Structural Wall Collapse in Recent Earthquakes
Research focuses on 2010 earthquakes in Chile and 2011 earthquake in New Zealand.
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Electrical and Computer Engineers Design A Nanotech Computer
Infinitesimal computing device contributes to meeting Feynman’s challenge.
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A New Method of Rapid Rail Bridge Replacement
Engineered Rigging’s system can replace rail bridge spans in a day.
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Freeze-Dried Pellets for On-Demand Drugs
Just add water to produce antibiotics, vaccines, therapeutics and biochemicals.
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INFOGRAPHIC: How Have Earthquakes Shaped Civil Engineering?
Natural disaster leads to innovation and new technology.
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Neutron Holograms Reveal Hidden Interiors of Solid Objects
NIST researchers demonstrate that holograms need not be created with lasers.
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Can the Largest Airplane Ever Built Reduce the Cost of Space Launches?
Orbital ATK and Vulcan Aerospace collaborate on Stratolaunch Carrier Aircraft for small satellite la...
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Controllable Metamaterial Device Enables Infrared Cloaking
Vanadium dioxide metadevice responds to variations in electrical current.
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Airblock: A Modular, Programmable Starter Drone for New Users
Makeblock is crowdfunding a six propeller drone with modular capabilities.
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Brain-Computer Interface Generates Sensory Feedback from Cortical Stimulation
Haptic feedback enabled via electrocorticographic electrodes.
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DARPA Parasail Improves Naval Vessels' Radar and Sensor Effectiveness
A new parasail-like device extends sensor and radar ranges for U.S. Navy craft.
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Can This Student-Built Car Break the Solar-Powered Land Speed Record?
Cal Poly Prototype Vehicles Laboratory expects car to exceed 65 mph.
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Engineering the Perfect Soap Molecule
Soap made from renewable sources could reduce the number of chemicals in cleaning products.
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Engineers Bring Automation to Neuroscience
Social neuroscience robot performs sequential patch-clamping without a human operator.
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Tesla Announces All New Cars Will Have Self-Driving Hardware
All of Tesla's cars will have self-driving hardware onboard. Will it ever be switched on?
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Nanosensors Could Help Diagnose and Treat Cancerous Tumors
Researchers develop sensors that can profile tumor protease levels.
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