Hybrid Manufacturing & The Future of 3D Printing for Production

How combining subtractive and additive manufacturing fundamentally changes the way we make parts.

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Solar Powered Drones, Hypersonic Weapons and a Look Back on IMTS 2018 - TWIE 26

This Week in Engineering is our science and technology news show.

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Soft Exosuit Helps Soldiers and Rescue Workers Traverse Difficult Terrain

Fully wearable soft exosuit saves energy when walking and provides mobility to the mobility-impaired.

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How to Choose Between Delta vs. SCARA Robots

We called the experts to help compare these two high-speed, low-payload automation options.

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A Healthy Future for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

AI can transform healthcare services and revolutionize medical diagnostics, treatment and research.

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New Augmented Reality Platform Could Help Save Lives in Combat and Other Crisis Areas

This headset connects medics in remote areas with highly experienced medical leaders worldwide to provide real-time guidance when it’s most needed.

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Dreaming & Doing – 5 Trends from IMTS 2018

Additive manufacturing, automation, the Industrial Internet of Things and more.

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Award-Winning BIM, Submarine Communication and Human-Body GPS: This Week in Engineering

This week in engineering is our science and technology news show.

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3D Printing Aids Development of Mobile Phone-Based Medical Devices

Engineering.com interviews Aydogan Ozcan about his unique smartphone-based lab equipment, which features 3D-printed components.

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Nanobots Could Soon Play a Military Role in Detoxifying Lethal Nerve Agents

Researchers have begun to develop a technique that would allow enzymes to function as controllable, mobile fluid pumps at the molecular level.

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Force Copilot Helps Robots to “Feel”

Robotiq unveils Force Copilot, its new software that gives its UR e-Series force sensing.

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Simulation and Brain Surgery, Together at Last

Simulating the brain could help surgeons perform decompressive craniectomies.

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Engineers and Neuroscientists Team Up to Study How the Brain Controls Movement

Scientists are working across disciplines to create a device that will record electrical signals in muscles used for skilled behaviors.

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The Tale Behind the Tail: How 3D Scanning Helped Mr. Stubbs

Mr. Stubbs’ new prosthetic tail is a victory for 3D printing, but it’s also an unsung victory for 3D scanning.

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