Engineering

Tonopah is the test range for programs that extend the life of the nation’s aging nuclear weapons arsenal.
by Sandia National Laboratories
1:04pm
6.21.2017
Some hurdles remain, however, before more CRISPR products become available.
by American Chemical Society
2:42pm
6.20.2017
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High-strength, lightweight steels can finally be processed on an industrial scale, thanks to a breakthrough in controlling undesired brittle stages from...
by University of Warwick
10:44am
6.20.2017
The technology greatly expedites the testing of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), the only biometric that can accurately verify family relationships
by DOH Science and Technology Directorate
9:30am
6.19.2017
The live demonstration continued with the plug holding back simulated floodwater at 11.5 pounds per square inch pushing against it.
by PNNL
2:12pm
6.16.2017
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This is the first time that quantum states have been measured so carefully from so far away.
by The Optical Society
1:50pm
6.15.2017
It was baseball that first drew Will Rosellini to the field of neurotechnology.
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10:39am
6.15.2017
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The technology relies on the well-understood mechanics of how electric fields interact with metallic conductors.
by Duke University
12:45pm
6.14.2017
The use of the neural cortical activity for operant conditioning tasks has existed for decades.
by UAB
12:51pm
6.13.2017
Electronic detection of microparticles allows for ultra-compact instruments needed for wearable devices.
by Rutgers University
3:11pm
6.12.2017
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Spasticity is a muscle control disorder that is characterized by tight or stiff muscles and an inability to control those muscles.
by UNIST
1:31pm
6.9.2017
Key to the success of this approach are designer iridium photocatalysts that serve two roles.
by American Chemical Society
1:11pm
6.7.2017
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A new ultra-thin sound diffuser is 10 times thinner than the diffusers commonly used to reduce echoes and improve the quality of sound in recording studios.
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3:27pm
6.6.2017
Advances in performance will also be catalyzed by continued component miniaturization and radically new microsystem materials, designs, and architectures.
by DARPA
9:11am
6.5.2017
A material made from nanoscale ceramic fibers may soon be used in a number of applications.
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3:28pm
6.2.2017
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The tiny junctions can work in much the same way as capacitors in standard circuits.
by Brown University
1:07pm
6.1.2017
The plasmonic sensor is an improvement of the current state-of-the-art method for a few reasons.
by University of Illinois College of Engineering
10:28am
5.31.2017
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The military may be turning to one of the sea’s most indestructible materials to make the next generation of helmets and body armor.
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3:28pm
5.30.2017
The researchers coaxed significantly more curvature out of the sensors by letting them float freely during the bending process.
by The Optical Society
1:51pm
5.30.2017
Stroke patients are now able to use brain power to open and close a device fitted over their paralyzed hands thanks to a new brain-computer interface.
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10:33am
5.30.2017
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One thing that turtles do very well is move across sand. That, in itself, was an inspiration for a new type of robot, the C-Turtle.
by Arizona State University (ASU)
10:27am
5.30.2017
The real-time text to braille converter takes a picture of printed text, and the text is quickly transcribed to braille on a refreshable display.
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3:38pm
5.25.2017
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In the future a pasta dinner might be shaped like a flower or star or another untraditional shape.
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12:17pm
5.25.2017
DNA, proteins, lipids and sugars are arranged in complex and compartmentalized structures.
by University of Washington
8:49am
5.25.2017
Earlier studies have used electronic health record data to trigger alerts to detect clinical deterioration in general.
by American Thoracic Society
1:07pm
5.24.2017
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More than 45 million couples worldwide grapple with infertility.
by Haley Bridger, Harvard Gazette
3:17pm
5.19.2017
Engineers used this information to help the algorithm understand the difference between normal and abnormal heart rhythms.
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3:23pm
5.16.2017
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The approach also addresses key limitations of conventional electrochemical separation methods.
by MIT
12:46pm
5.11.2017
This research opens new perspectives for the development of superconducting materials with applications in electronics, diagnostics and transport.
by SISSA
12:41pm
5.9.2017
Touch sensing is most common on small, flat surfaces such as smartphone or tablet screens.
by Carnegie Mellon University
12:29pm
5.8.2017
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