Engineering

A new self-healing fungi concrete could help repair cracks in aging concrete permanently, and help save America’s crumbling infrastructure.
by Binghamton University
8:30am
1.18.2018
A novel approach to studying the viscosity of water has revealed new insights about the behavior of water molecules.
by DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory
5:34pm
12.28.2017
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The editors of Advantage Business Media’s Science brands wish you a very happy, healthy, and joyous holiday season.
by Editors of R&D Magazine
11:28am
12.22.2017
Conventional digital computers process information in a logically-irreversible fashion.
by Singapore University of Technology and Design
11:48am
12.21.2017
Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) is the largest consumer of energy in commercial buildings.
by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
7:00am
12.21.2017
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Spectrometry, the analysis of visible and invisible light, has an enormous range of applications.
by Eindhoven University of Technology
10:41am
12.20.2017
The ability to automatically sort neural activity will push microelectrodes to higher densities and higher channel counts.
by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
10:01am
12.19.2017
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A plasmon is a quantum of plasma oscillation. Plasmonic materials have been used for making objects invisible in scientific tests.
by Aalto University
1:14pm
12.14.2017
The gecko gets its unique ability through the use of tiny hairs that interact with surfaces at an intermolecular level.
by Georgia Institute of Technology
9:40am
12.13.2017
The two panes are separated by a safe inert gas, such as argon – exactly as is found in high quality double glazing windows.
by University of Warwick
12:09pm
12.7.2017
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Backscatter systems use an antenna to transmit data by reflecting radio signals emitted by a WiFi router or other device.
by University of Washington
10:22am
12.6.2017
OATS, a 501c3, was founded in 2004 in Brooklyn to provide digital literacy training to Brooklynites over the age of 60.
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3:14pm
11.28.2017
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Beating patch is as strong and electrically active as healthy adult heart.
by Duke University
1:20pm
11.28.2017
Organic conductors are soft materials that conduct electricity.
by Northwestern University
9:22am
11.28.2017
Few military requirements are as enduring as the need for timely, accurate information.
by DARPA
7:00am
11.22.2017
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Exotic magnetic states - such as a point where three south poles meet - represent complex systems.
by Imperial College London
9:42am
11.21.2017
Researchers found that fine fibers like spider silk could boost the quality of microphones built into hearing aids.
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2:28pm
11.20.2017
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Researchers are using sensors in gelatin capsules to help patients track their opioid usage following an injury.
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2:08pm
11.20.2017
Semiconductors, typically made of silicon, are the foundation of modern electronics.
by Princeton University Engineering School
9:12am
11.20.2017
The researchers developed the sensors using buckypaper—razor thin and flexible sheets of pure and durable carbon nanotubes.
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10:34am
11.17.2017
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The BitScope system consists of five rack-mounted Pi Cluster Modules, each with 150 four-core nodes of Raspberry Pi ARM processor boards.
by Los Alamos National Laboratory
1:06pm
11.16.2017
Hearable is made of foam and moulds to the shape of the ear like a conventional ear plug.
by Imperial College London
10:25am
11.16.2017
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There is an array of internal and external issues that could arise with these powerful machines.
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2:59pm
11.15.2017
The scientists used the Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake as a starting point for their research.
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3:17pm
11.14.2017
Currently deep learning researchers need to use trial-and-error to design new models.
by Texas Advanced Computing Center
9:58am
11.14.2017
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This novel advancement could significantly streamline medical imaging for healthcare practitioners.
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3:24pm
11.10.2017
This is a significant improvement over the existing inorganic insulation layer-based flash memory that allowed only a 1% strain.
by KAIST
9:27am
11.7.2017
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That type of sensor consists of solid spheres and is not compatible with microfabrication methods.
by Penn State
1:42pm
11.2.2017
The researchers examined the effects on both the phase and intensity of OAM carrying light over a real link in an urban environment.
by University of Glasgow
8:56am
10.30.2017
The research could help engineers who seek to streamline materials for airplanes and spacecraft where weight equals cost.
by Rice University
9:17am
10.24.2017
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