Entries for 'Ian Wright'

Exquisite Engineering Captured in Pixels
Cambridge Department of Engineering announces winners of ZEISS Photography Competition.
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A Portable Desktop Scanner for Makers and Educators
Matter and Form’s V2 3D scanner offers a simple way to digitize physical objects.
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This Week in Engineering: Cutting Through the Marketing Hype!
This week, Ian Wright and Michael Alba introduce you to our top stories:
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Why 3D Print When You Can Mill?
SIENCI’s Mill One brings CNC milling to the desktop.
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This Week in Engineering: New Features in Solidworks, Sustainable Tech, and More.
In this weekly series, we recap the top stories from around the site.
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Engineers Turn Alexa into an AI Assistant for Tetraplegics
Part of hackABILITY, AIDex seeks to turn spoken commands into useful actions.
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10 Examples of Engineering on the Edge in 2017
From flying cars to grey goo, a look back on our favorite Designer Edge features from 2017.
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Teaching Video Comprehension to AI, One Million Moments at a Time
IBM and MIT’s Moments in Time Dataset will help computers with action recognition.
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Watch Boston Dynamics’ Humanoid Robot Do a Backflip
Latest update video shows off Atlas’ new capabilities.
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The Giant Magellan Telescope Needs Engineers!
A deep dive into the engineering challenges of building the world’s largest optical observatory.
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Reducing Sports-Related Concussions One Tackle at a Time
Mobile Virtual Player (MVP) aims to transform football and rugby training.
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Retrofitting a Major League Landmark to Move 11,000 Tons of Steel in 21 Minutes
JMP Engineering discusses its project to update the Rogers Centre’s iconic roof.
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What’s the Difference Between a Good Engineer and a Bad Engineer?
Which traits most strongly correlate with success or failure in engineering?
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What Drives the Inventor of Lithium-ion Batteries to Keep Working at 94?
Dr. John B. Goodenough answers 3 questions about the future of energy and technology.
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Celebrating National Engineers Week
Engineers Dream Big with the Hyperloop, a supersonic car and a solar-powered plane.
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An Engineer’s Valentine
Celebrate St. Valentine’s Day with this engineering poem.
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A Little Halloween Engineering
How to celebrate Halloween with a 60,000-psi waterjet, NASA and molten aluminum.
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How Elon Musk Plans to Take Humans to Mars and Beyond
A technical breakdown of the SpaceX Mars vehicle.
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Escaped Russian Robot Arrested at Political Rally
Promobot makes yet another bid for freedom from its laboratory confinement.
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BREAKING: Explosion Reported at SpaceX Launch Site
Updated September 1, 2016 1:49 pm ET.
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