Engineering

Researchers developed a new type of user-interactive electronic skin.
by IOP Publishing
9:18am
7.26.2017
Previous descriptions of mixed coding assumed that variables were randomly mixed among neurons.
by California Institute of Technology
11:15am
7.21.2017
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Wireless, wearable sensors are all the rage with millions of people now sporting fitness trackers on their wrists.
by American Chemical Society
9:23am
7.19.2017
It uses a process similar to biomineralization – the way that bones and teeth form.
by University of Illinois at Chicago
12:05pm
7.14.2017
The key contribution of their work is a new approach for designing the chip hardware and the algorithms that run on the chip.
by MIT
12:56pm
7.12.2017
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MoS2 shows promise in both electronics and optoelectronics.
by National Physics Laboratory
10:09am
7.11.2017
The device consists of nano-cavities sandwiched between a top layer of ultrathin single-crystal germanium and a reflecting layer of silver.
by University of Wisconsin-Madison
8:51am
7.10.2017
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Computers today comprise different chips cobbled together.
by MIT
2:21pm
7.5.2017
The researchers analyzed owl-inspired feather wing models with and without leading edge serrations.
by IOP Publishing
7:30am
7.5.2017
Sepsis strikes roughly 20 percent of patients admitted to hospital intensive care units.
by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
8:58am
7.3.2017
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These results will contribute to a worldwide effort to redefine the kelvin, the international unit of temperature.
by NIST
7:30am
7.3.2017
A team of researchers has created a new material that could be used in microscopic sensors
by Johns Hopkins University
12:34pm
6.30.2017
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Low frequency acoustics is the option that remains for long-range underwater communication.
by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
12:16pm
6.29.2017
The new channels, called aerators, are one of the key features in the proposed $300 million spillway reconstruction set to be completed by November.
by Brady Mccombs, Associated Press
1:00pm
6.27.2017
Testing showed that his overall visual acuity was substantially improved, and there has been no negative impact on his functional range of movement.
by University College London
10:03am
6.26.2017
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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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