TWIE 13: Hyperloop, Supersonic Jets, and Robotic Bees

This Week in Engineering (TWIE) is our weekly science and tech news show.

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Nanofactory Builds the World's Smallest House

New microrobotics system that pushes forward the frontiers of optical nanotechnologies.

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Why a Bulk Commodities Facility Chose Fabric Buildings

Legacy’s fabric buildings solved a facilities challenge for CTLC Naples terminal.

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Video: Essentium Shows off Unique Additive Materials

The company's filament offerings include conductive, flexible TPUS, and Carbon fiber-filled composites.

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TWIE 12: Building Bridges!

This Week in Engineering (TWIE) is our weekly science and tech news show.

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Video: Arcam EBM Spectra H Machine Uses Electron Beam Melting Technology

This machine maintains both a vacuum and a 1000 C temperature in the build chamber.

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The Future of Sports: A New Wearable Designed to Measure Human Movement

Researchers and engineers from the University of Wisconsin–Madison have designed a wearable device that can inform athletes about the presence of tendon strain.

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Telco Giant Ericsson Adds PTC's ThingWorx to Its IoT Accelerator Platform

The wider IoT market will get access to the best applications and AR development tools offered by PTC.

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Doctor Deploys 3D-Printed Tourniquets During Gaza Protests

The Glia Project developed 3D-printed tourniquets that were used to stop bleeding during the protests in Gaza.

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Additive Manufacturing Materials for Production

Are open-source materials the key to enabling 3D printing for production applications?

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How to Pick, Pitch and Purchase Your First Industrial Robot

With expert advice from the leading robotics brands, this article will help you champion your factory's first automation project.

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Video: How a Materials Company is Driving the Additive Manufacturing Market Forward

Are today’s additive manufacturing materials keeping pace with the development of the machine technology?

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