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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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Chemistry World
November 12, 2012
Holly Sheahan
Oil loving membranes for oil spill clean-ups Researchers in China have made a new type of membrane that can separate oil from water and could potentially be used in oil spills, such as the one in the Gulf of Mexico. mark for My Articles 51 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 11, 2012
Simon Hadlington
'Nano-welding' taken to the limits as specific bonds are cut and formed In a remarkable demonstration of the extreme limits of nanoscale engineering, researchers from the US and China have used the tip of a scanning tunnelling microscope to cleave and form selected chemical bonds on a complex molecule. mark for My Articles 195 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 9, 2012
Emma Shiells
Fluorescence, camera, action Fluorescence responses can be analyzed using digital photography instead of spectroscopy, say scientists in Germany. The technology could eventually be integrated into smart phones. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 7, 2012
Jennifer Newton
Ink containing living cells to print tissue Scientists in Australia are a step closer to printing living cells for tissue engineering with the development of a new bio-ink that allows the cells to stay alive until they are printed and not clog up the printer nozzle. mark for My Articles 335 similar articles
National Defense
December 2012
Dan Parsons
Water, Water Everywhere ... That Troops Can't Drink Napoleon Bonaparte is credited with saying that an army marches on its stomach. But an even more important tactical necessity than food is the availability of clean drinking water. mark for My Articles 163 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 6, 2012
Elinor Hughes
Helping good bacteria reach their target Most probiotic bacteria that are added to foods, such as yoghurt, to aid the digestive system are not reaching their intended target in the intestine. Now, UK scientists have come up with a coating to overcome this problem. mark for My Articles 100 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2012
Coelingh & Solyom
All Aboard the Robotic Road Train Semi autonomous cars will play follow the leader, giving drivers a rest and saving fuel mark for My Articles 277 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2012
Bedrossian et al.
Overclock My Satellite Sophisticated algorithms boost satellite performance on the cheap mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2012
Howard Postley
Sports: 3-D TV's Toughest Challenge Here's why live sports, the most popular 3-D shows, are the hardest to produce mark for My Articles 202 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
November 2012
Tekla S. Perry
Navigating the Great Indoors The smartphone industry is gearing up to get you around when out of sight of GPS satellites mark for My Articles 150 similar articles
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