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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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Chemistry World
March 27, 2012
Laura Howes
Temporary tattoo to give you the sporting edge This Saturday, Nascar racer Paulie Harraka will be using a device based on John Rogers work at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign to monitor his hydration levels as he races. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 21, 2012
Elinor Richards
Sensor that smells like a dog Scientists in Korea have developed a biosensor for assessing food quality that mimics the way receptors in a canine nose respond to smells. mark for My Articles 23 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 15, 2012
Jon Cartwright
DVD player burns graphene to disc Chemists in the US have used a standard DVD player to reduce films of graphite oxide to graphene. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
March 14, 2012
Doug Bartholomew
Additive Manufacturing Goes Mainstream Making parts by adding -- not subtracting -- material catches on. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 12, 2012
Francesca Burgoyne
Genetic testing? We've got an app for that US scientists have developed a device dubbed Gene-Z for point-of-care genetic testing using a smartphone interface that has realistic commercial potential. mark for My Articles 31 similar articles
National Defense
April 2012
Stew Magnuson
DHS Centers of Excellence Spared from Budget Cuts The fiscal year 2013 Department of Homeland Security budget proposal seeks to restore some of the huge cuts the Science and Technology Directorate suffered at the hands of Congress last year. mark for My Articles 84 similar articles
National Defense
April 2012
Dan Ward
Faster, Better, Cheaper: Why Not Pick All Three? Before we start making unnecessary tradeoffs, sacrificing speed and performance in the name of thrift, maybe we should reevaluate what happened at NASA in the 1990s. What the data tells me is this: FBC worked, and it's worth another try. mark for My Articles 198 similar articles
National Defense
April 2012
Eric Beidel
DARPA Seeks Funding For Soldier Surrogates Petman is a two-legged robot the size and shape of a human, minus the head. It can walk, crawl and even do push-ups. Machines like this may be able to fight in place of soldiers one day. mark for My Articles 155 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 5, 2012
Harriet Brewerton
Picturing Bacteria on Your Phone US scientists have developed a device that, when attached to a mobile phone, can detect small amounts of Escherichia coli in liquid samples. mark for My Articles 45 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 2, 2012
Holly Sheahan
Piezoelectricity improves solar cell efficiency US researchers have come up with an explanation for their recent results that show that introducing piezoelectric semiconductor nanowires into solar cells improves their efficiency. mark for My Articles 347 similar articles
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