Soft Actuators Signal a Step Toward Artificial Muscles

3D-printed muscle solves long-standing issue in soft robotics.

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Bring It On. SOLIDWORKS 2018 Packs in More Power.

A quick preview of some of what’s in the annual update of the popular professional MCAD software.

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Introducing Waterproof Solar Cells

Photovoltaic cells sealed with acrylic-based elastomer for longer lifespan.

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Azure to Simplify IoT Device Provisioning

Microsoft launches preview of Azure IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service.

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DNA Robot Sorts Molecules Autonomously

Molecular machines perform cargo-sorting tasks on a DNA origami surface.

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PTC Launches New MOOC Platform for IoT

IoT University teaches IoT fundamentals, business markets and more.

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Getting a Look at Corrosion in Real Time

UCSB chemical engineering researchers get a nanoscale glimpse of crevice and pitting corrosion as it happens.

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Printable Structures Fold Themselves Without External Stimulus

MIT develops expanding polymer that enables self-folding without heating or immersion in water.

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Lenovo’s New P Series Workstations Are Seriously Powerful

The P720 and P920 ThinkStations are hitting the road with Lenovo.

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Moldex3D Adds Aluminium to Simulation Material Database

CAE company adds aluminium to plastic injection molding simulation software.

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IoT Devices to Outnumber Humans in 2017

Gartner forecasts 8.4 billion connected things to be in use this year.

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3D-Printed Biomaterials Degrade on Demand

Stereolithography technique has applications in microfluidics and artificial tissues.

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New Cinema 4D Software to Launch at IBC 2017

Top 5 new features and enhancements of Cinema 4D.

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PLE and the Birth of the Digital Twin

ENGINEERING.com speaks to BigLever CEO Charles Krueger about how product line engineering can be thought of as a factory for producing digital twins.

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