Engineering

Maintaining machines residing in various manufacturing facilities can be an arduous task.
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1:52pm
9.21.2017
The electrolyte fluid inside both batteries and supercapacitors can be corrosive or toxic and is almost always flammable.
by Drexel University
3:44pm
9.20.2017
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The disk itself is typically about 25 microns across, with an initial gap between its two halves of roughly 2.5 microns, just 3 percent the diameter of a...
by American Institute of Physics
9:41am
9.20.2017
Most RNA direct or "code" cell machinery to produce proteins.
by Texas A&M Agrilife Communications
10:04am
9.19.2017
The sensor is a showcase of clever physics and engineering.
by DARPA
12:49pm
9.14.2017
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ONR's sponsored hurricane research is part of the Task Force Ocean initiative.
by Office of Naval Research
10:10am
9.11.2017
In order to build a reliable and accurate model, the researchers collected experimental data on cell shapes.
by Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
1:40pm
9.7.2017
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Introducing a simple step to the production of plant-derived, biodegradable plastic could improve its properties while overcoming obstacles to manufacturing.
by University of Nebraska-Lincoln
10:43am
9.1.2017
For decades mass spectrometers have offered a relatively fast and highly sensitive way to analyze and detect chemical compounds.
by Brigham Young University
9:01am
8.30.2017
Piezo micro electro mechanical systems (piezoMEMS) are miniaturized devices exhibiting piezoelectricity.
by Tokyo Institute of Technology
8:55am
8.29.2017
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Two-dimensional materials are a sort of a rookie phenom in the scientific community.
by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
2:23pm
8.25.2017
Quorum sensing is crucial for P. aeruginosa's adaptability.
by Princeton University
9:54am
8.22.2017
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Low-cost "microsatellites" and "nanosatellites" far smaller than conventional spacecraft, have become increasingly prevalent.
by Purdue University
12:46pm
8.18.2017
To run flight scale simulations, the researchers need far more than the factor of 5 improvement over Mira provided by Theta.
by John Kirkley
3:09pm
8.17.2017
This pressure is dependent on how the material responds to compression, tension and shear forces.
by U.S. Army Research Laboratory
12:56pm
8.17.2017
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Liquid metals are promising as soft, stretchable electrical components such as antennas, circuits, electrodes and wires.
by North Carolina State University
9:14am
8.16.2017
Scientists create flat sandwich of sulfur, molybdenum and selenium.
by Rice University
9:10am
8.15.2017
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As threats become more complex, scientists and engineers must come up with new, cutting-edge technologies to give soldiers an advantage on the battlefield.
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9:38am
8.14.2017
The new device allows for the collection of data from many more detectors than was previously possible.
by American Institute of Physics
9:26am
8.14.2017
The trick is separating lead from all the other metals that might be present in water, most of them only hazardous in very high doses.
by University of Michigan
12:18pm
8.11.2017
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The goal is to cut the cost of the prototype so that it is at least half the cost of dynamic windows that are already on the market.
by Cell Press
12:09pm
8.10.2017
The new technique could also be used to predict the lifetimes of coatings developed to be more reliable or tolerate higher temperatures.
by The Optical Society
3:26pm
8.9.2017
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The result could have a wide-ranging impact on sensors and communication systems.
by University of Illinois College of Engineering
9:14am
8.9.2017
The sensor was tested on the level of protein stress induced by five commonly used anti-cancer drugs.
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9:57am
8.8.2017
These interrelated thermal and electrical (or “thermoelectric”) properties were found in nanoscale wires of cesium tin iodide (CsSnI3).
by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
9:30am
8.7.2017
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The molecule, called ‘882 for short, activates a bacterial enzyme called CgoX.
by Vanderbilt University
9:31am
8.2.2017
From our sister site Electronic Component News comes a new web series about taking a product from idea to execution in real time.
by ECN Staff
2:18pm
8.1.2017
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The brain and the neurons (nerve cells) in the rest of our body are connected in the spine.
by Frontiers
12:58pm
7.28.2017
The foundation of modern computing is a tiny switch called the transistor, made billions at a time by a technique called photolithography.
by University of Chicago
10:09am
7.28.2017
Researchers developed a new type of user-interactive electronic skin.
by IOP Publishing
9:18am
7.26.2017
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