Entries for 'Jeffrey Heimgartner'

Global Maker Community Bands Together to Assist with Pandemic
Creators and innovators throughout the world provide critical supplies and DIY solutions.
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Businesses, Schools, Individuals Work to Help Reduce Medical Supply Shortage
Businesses, schools and individuals are heeding with 3D-printed parts for COVID-19 medical persons.
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Real Estate Industry Feeling Full Impact of COVID-19
With various regional effects the coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on the real estate industry.
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AI System Quickly, Accurately Diagnoses Cancer
Researchers have developed an AI system to rapidly and accurately diagnose breast cancer.
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Heeding the Call for Help, a Virginia Couple 3D Print Mask Shields
A Virginia couple has been taking requests from health workers for N95 face masks.
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Egret: A New, Natural Solution for Virus Prevention and Sterilization
Electrolyzed water solution provide nontoxic cleaning and sterilization.
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Precision and Surgeon Comfort Inspire New Robotic Arm Controller
Researchers develop new robotic arm controller to enhance robotic-assisted surgeries.
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New AI Speeds Up EV Battery Testing Times
Researchers have developed a new method to speed up EV battery testing times.
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Smart Materials May Find New Option with Light-Powered Micromotor
Researchers have developed a 5mm micromotor powered by light.
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Sea Stars’ Sensory Motion Provides a Potential Game Changer for Robotics
A USC Viterbi School of Engineering study on sea star movement could take robotics to new levels.
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Composite Enhancing Nano-Barrier Could Change Spacecraft Construction
Researchers has developed a nano-barrier for composites that enhances their integrity.
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New Plastic Wrap Repels Bacteria
Researchers have developed a flexible, self-cleaning plastic that repels bacteria.
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Instructions Included: 3D-Printed “DNA” Is Stored in Everyday Objects
ETH Zurich researchers develop a way to store assembly, operating instructions via 3D-printed “DNA.”
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AI with Creative Capabilities Is on the Horizon
Researchers design an AI framework to learn the creative side of engineering bridges.
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New Living 3D-Printed Skin Includes Vascular System
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has developed a way to 3D print living skin with blood vessels.
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Electrospinning Produces Fibers for Medical Uses
University of Cincinnati Researchers are using electrospinning for various medical applications.
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Neuroprosthetic Enables Tetraplegic Patient to Walk
Researchers have begun human trials of an exoskeleton controlled by a neuroprosthetic.
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Eye-Tracking Technology Aims to Boost Vehicle and Driver Communication
Researchers at the University of Missouri have developed eye-tracking technology for vehicle safety.
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Flying Fish Robot Has Unique “Engine”
A palm-sized self-propelling flying fish robot that jumps from sea to air.
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New Soil Sampling Autonomous Robot Aims to Boost Farm Production
Purdue University College of Agriculture has developed robots that can collect precise soil samples.
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