Entries for October 2017

$10 Microchip Gives 2-D Ultrasounds 3-D Imaging Capabilities
3D-printed device adds orientation sensor to ultrasound probe.
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EyeQue Insight Tests Your Vision, Stores the Data
EyeQue has developed a vision tester that tracks your vision over time.
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How Bright Is the Moon? And Why Should We Care?
NIST devises experiment to measure moon brightness.
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Nanoscale Patterning Reduces Metal Fatigue
“Ninety percent of failure in metal components and engineering structures is through fatigue,” says ...
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LEDTwee - Tweezers for Testing Your LEDs
New Zealand electronics engineer has developed tool that lets you test an LED at any point in the de...
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Electric Planes. Why Not?
Energy density of batteries is still pathetic, but some promising e-planes are on the horizon.
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Top 10 Apps for Engineers
These engineering apps can help you get the most from your smartphone.
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Tuning the James Webb Space Telescope in Orbit
Wavefront sensing and control will align mirrors to within tens of nanometers.
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Metal-Organic Frameworks Explained...with Puppets
Struggling to explain sensor science to your five-year-old? NIST has you covered.
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New RoboBee Traverses Air and Water
Hybrid robot flies, dives, swims and propels itself out of water.
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Glowscenes - The Story of a Product Redesign
After a crowdfunding attempt, the ambient lighting product has a new design and relaunch.
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The Difference Between Science and Engineering
Elon Musk weighs in on who’s better: scientists or engineers.
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Brain-Decoding Tech Enables Researchers to Read Minds
Convolutional neural networks used to interpret fMRI data of brain scans.
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Why Coal is Worse for Your Health than Fracking
New study finds lifetime toxic chemical releases from coal power are 10 - 100 times greater than sha...
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DARPA Recruits Trio of Tech Giants for Mobile Force Protection Initiative
Dynetics, SAAB and SRC to develop unmanned aircraft systems.
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A Biomedical Engineer’s Take on Genetic Testing
Expert on nanoparticle delivery discusses the future of gene therapy.
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Space Telescope Selfie Marks Critical Test
James Webb Space Telescope verifies line of sight for testing configuration.
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How Can We Hack Into a Plant's Brain?
Greg Gage demonstrates experiments to understand how a plant's "brain" works.
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The Roadable Synapse is the Anti-Autonomous Vehicle
This car makes you hungry when it runs low on fuel (and increases your risk of a fatal accident).
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New Microreactor to Study Methane Clathrates
Microfluidic reactor aims to shed light on methane hydrate formation.
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