Engineering a Solution to Spinal Cord Injuries

Engineers develop polymer scaffold to coax nerve cells to extend over damage.

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Research Into Stability of Nanowire Conductivity Could Mean Breakthroughs in Nanomedicine

Swansea team releases paper on how geometry of nanowires can affect conductive performance.

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A David-and-Goliath Story from The Green Mountain State

Why manufacturing is Vermont’s best-kept secret.

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This Artificial Cartilage is Based on Kevlar and Hydrogel

Kevlartilage combines aramid nanofibers with polyvinyl alcohol.

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Laser Welding – The Secret Weapon for Vehicle Lightweighting

Reduce automotive weight and capital investment by adopting a standard laser welding machine.

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Dendritic Fibrous Nanosilica - An All-in-One Nanomaterial

KCC-1’s high surface area and tunable pore and particle size make it useful in many applications.

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Top 7 Simulation Success Stories from the COMSOL Conference

Review electromagnetic, electro-chemical and multiphysics simulations that dominated an award night.

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Tracking Mosquitoes with a Smartphone

Monitoring platform aims to produce detailed global map of mosquito distribution.

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Mission Impossible: The Digital Twin

The Engineer looks at digital twins and finds them wanting.

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$10 Microchip Gives 2-D Ultrasounds 3-D Imaging Capabilities

3D-printed device adds orientation sensor to ultrasound probe.

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Top 10 Apps for Engineers

These engineering apps can help you get the most from your smartphone.

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Brain-Decoding Tech Enables Researchers to Read Minds

Convolutional neural networks used to interpret fMRI data of brain scans.

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Why Coal is Worse for Your Health than Fracking

New study finds lifetime toxic chemical releases from coal power are 10 - 100 times greater than shale gas.

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A Biomedical Engineer’s Take on Genetic Testing

Expert on nanoparticle delivery discusses the future of gene therapy.

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