Entries for April 2017

What Does PowerPoint Have to Do with Self-Folding Origami?
Projected PowerPoint patterns produce self-folding 3D structures from photocurable liquid polymers.
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Engineering a Brain-Computer Interface
Exploring the engineering challenges of bringing a BCI to market.
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Making Bricks from Simulated Martian Soil
Engineers investigate no-bake recipe that uses pressure to form bricks.
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Engineers Revive Historic Medical Technique to Save Damaged Donor Lungs
Columbia University engineers and surgeons have a new system to address the issue of low-viability l...
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Jul - Heated Smart Mug for Coffee and Tea
Power Practical has developed mug to heat or cool drinks to a constant temperature.
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New Robot Interface Enhances Teleoperation
Point-and-click interface designed for simplicity reduces operator error rate.
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Engineers Control Fluids with Visible Light
New method for fluid separation has microfluidic and oil & gas applications.
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Burrowing Seeds Inspire Mechanical Engineering
Seed responses to humidity suggest more efficient ways to penetrate soil in agricultural application...
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Engineers Develop Air Quality Monitor for the iPhone
Santa Clara engineers have developed an air quality monitor that plugs into a users iPhone and displ...
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Disney Projects Makeup onto Actors and It’s Terrifying
Makeup lamps respond to changing expressions during live performances.
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INFOGRAPHIC: Engineering for the Developing World
Population growth in developing countries to create unprecedented demand for civil engineering.
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Research Reveals Damaging Effects of Common Microscopy Technique
Focused ion beam milling dramatically alters material’s structural identity.
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Meet the US Navy’s New Nuclear Sub Suit
The Navy updates its nuclear sub steam suit with lightweighting and lobster claws.
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Renault Concept Car Envisions the Future of Formula 1
Unveiled at Auto Shanghai 2017, R.S. 2027 Vision features transparent cockpit and autonomous mode.
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How Graphene Could Reduce the Cost of Semiconductor Wafers
Graphene acts as a ‘copy machine’ to transfer crystalline patterns between semiconductor layers.
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PLANETS Foundation Wants to Find Life Outside of the Solar System
PLANETS Foundation is running a Kickstarter campaign for Phase 1 of their ambitious ten year telesco...
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Pressure-Based Fabrication of Nanomaterials
Stress-induced fabrication offers an alternative to chemistry-based fabrication.
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Digital Manufacturing for Your Wardrobe
Kniterate is crowdfunding their desktop version of an industrial knitting machine.
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Measuring Jet Disintegration with Lasers
Planar laser induced fluorescence technique reveals important characteristics of fluid behavior.
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Nanoantennas Could Transform Optical Communications
New technique to control light propagation in waveguides could enhance photonic integrated devices.
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