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Holiday Gifts for Engineers 2018
What do you buy for the engineer in your life?
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Implosion Fabrication: How to Create Nanoscale Objects of Any Shape
New system produces to-scale 3D structures one thousandth the size of the originals.
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Origami Inspires Folding, Reconfigurable Antennas for Satellites and Electromagnetic Cloaking
Origami-based structure filters radio frequency, enabling changes to which frequency signals they bl...
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Store Wind and Solar Energy with "Sun in a Box"
System stores excess heat from solar or wind power in tanks of white-hot molten silicon.
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Robots with a Group Mind Swarm with a Smile
Robot swarms that wirelessly communicate develop a distributed neural network ÔÇťartificial group mind...
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How to Design Robots That Can Jump Like Dolphins
Can a robot jump out of the water in the streamlined and graceful way of aquatic animals?
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Methane Fuel Cell Runs at Temperatures Cooler than a Car Engine
New type of methane fuel cell runs on cheap fuel at temperatures comparable to automobile engines.
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How to Melt Gold at Room Temperature
Using the electrical field of an electron microscope, researchers melt gold at room temperatures.
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Star Trek-Inspired Plane Flies With No Moving Parts
No need for fuel or batteries, this plane glides on an "ionic wind."
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True Fuel Cost Savings of Smart Car Technologies? $6.2 Billion Each Year
Smart car tech like route optimization, lane-keeping warnings and cruise control translate to billio...
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Future Hazmat Suits Could be Inspired by Cactus Skin
The prickly pear cactus goes through complex microscale wettability changes that could inspire new m...
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Robot Butlers Will Do Your Chores and Care for Your Family
Doing chores and performing healthcare duties will be a thing of the past once we all have a robot a...
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Stretchy Solar Cells: Finding the Goldilocks Zone Between Flexibility and Efficiency
Flexible organic photovoltaics get new properties that could make them suitable for clothing and wea...
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Flexible Nanoneedle Biopatch Delivers Drugs and Monitors Cells
Minimally invasive patch delivers exact doses directly into cells, and lessens pain and toxicity.
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How to Mass Produce Thousands of Tiny, Cell-Sized Robots
Innovative process uses graphene to easily produce multiple robotic devices the size of human cells.
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Nerve-on-a-Chip Makes Neuroprosthetics Possible
Neuroprosthetics are implants capable of substituting for certain nerve functionalities in the human...
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Amoeba-like Robot Moves Using 32 Legs
Part of the fun working in robotics research comes from seeing just how far you can push a concept.
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Twisted Light Beams Could Make Internet 100 Times Faster
Groundbreaking new technology harnesses twisted light beams to carry more data and process it faster...
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Novel Algorithm Locates Soldiers or Robots When GPS is Not Available
Capable of locating agents in physically complex, unknown and infrastructure-poor environments.
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How Nanotech Will Help Us Explore Other Planets
Nanotechnology is the up-and-coming tech that will enable true space exploration.
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