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New Tech to Cool Hot Jets
Technology uses aircraft fuel to cool gas turbine components.
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Wi-Fi Reflector Chip Drastically Boosts Speed of Wearables
Chip transfers data three times faster than the average Wi-Fi rate.
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New Crowdsourcing Platform Targets Operations Side of Engineering
Ennomotive connects companies with engineers of various disciplines from around the world.
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Can Engineers Program Bacteria?
MIT researchers develop sensors and memory switches to be encoded in bacteria found in the gut.
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Engineers Create Teflon-based Invisibility Device
Invisibility cloak’s ultra-thin design made possible through electromagnetic simulation software.
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London’s Iconic Double-Deckers are going Electric
City commissions China’s BYD to manufacture fully-electric buses.
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New Technology Could Help Doctors Diagnose Serious Eye Disorders
Engineers use adaptive optics to improve traditional imaging technique.
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VIDEO: Tiny ‘Transformer’ Robots Could Treat Blocked Arteries
Engineers create micro-swimmers made of iron oxide beads.
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Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor Ramps Up Smartphone Security
Sensors use imaging technology that captures the edges and valleys of the fingerprint's surface.
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Conductive Ink Could Pave the Way for New Electronic Apparel
The ink remains highly conductive when stretched up to three times its original size.
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Video: Lexus is Developing a Hoverboard… and it Looks Awesome
Device relies on semiconductors and high-powered magnets to achieve magnetic levitation
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Elastic Conductors Enable Stretchable Plasma Screens
Researchers use folding and cutting technique to create flexible electronics.
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Saharan Ants Control Electromagnetic Waves
Research could lead to development of new flat optical components.
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VIDEO: How Art Inspired the Creation of Stretchable Batteries
New battery could be integrated into wearable electronics.
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How Virtual Reality can Improve Online Learning
Penn State engineers are working on technology to make online learning more interactive.
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Can Insect Eyes Boost a Robot’s ‘Vision?’
Detecting and tracking small objects against complex backgrounds proves challenging.
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VIDEO: Meet MIT’s Origami Robot
Tiny device can swim, climb and carry twice its weight.
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VIDEO: Injectable Gel Speeds Up Wound Healing
New material produces a scaffold that helps new tissue grow.
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Space System Uses Sunlight to Power Spacecraft and Redirect Asteroids
Technology utilizes optical quantum phenomena to boost efficiency and ensure precision.
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Robotic Glove Helps Users Regain Control of Their Hands
Engineers develop wearable robotic system for patients dealing with ALS and other degenerative disea...
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