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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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National Defense
July 2013
Stew Magnuson
Research Arm for Intel Agencies Looking for Nontraditional Sensors The Intelligence Advanced Research Project Activity is funding long-term research for several sensors, although not necessarily the kinds that are installed in a ball underneath an unmanned aerial vehicle. mark for My Articles 54 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 6, 2013
Jennifer Newton
Power-free nucleic acid extraction device HIV RNA has been successfully extracted from human blood using a portable device that does not need electrical power to work. mark for My Articles 52 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 5, 2013
Jennifer Newton
What happens when I poke it? Eric Furst is a professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering. His lab investigates the physics and chemistry underlying the behavior of colloidal, polymeric, biomolecular, and other "soft" materials. mark for My Articles 20 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 28, 2013
Extreme extraction Imagine how extreme it would be to mine at the bottom of the ocean or on asteroids in the depths of space. That is exactly what a few pioneering companies are planning to do. mark for My Articles 107 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 22, 2013
James Urquhart
Digitally unrolling historical scrolls Historical parchment scrolls that have become too fragile to be unrolled could soon catch up with the digital age and be read again thanks to an X-ray imaging technique developed by UK researchers. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
HHMI Bulletin
Spring 2013
Julie Corliss
Pressure to See Clearly At the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine, Simon John has spent nearly two decades honing tools to illuminate glaucoma's shadowy corners. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 17, 2013
Jon Cartwright
3D printer churns out bionic ear Engineers in the US have created a bionic ear that can be manufactured using a 3D printer. The device is the first to use 3D printing to interweave electronics and biological tissue, and may pave the way for other bionic implants. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
Information Today
May 16, 2013
IEEE Introduces Open Access `Mega-Journal' IEEE is seeking to increase the impact that scientific research can have on technology innovation with its first online, open access "mega journal" -- a journal that covers a range of disciplines instead of a single-topic focus. mark for My Articles 98 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 15, 2013
Emma Stoye
Desktop printed paper electronics A team at the Chinese Academy of Sciences has found a way to print flexible circuits at room temperature. They used commercially available paper and equipment, with a few modifications. mark for My Articles 128 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 9, 2013
James Urquhart
Greener, cleaner steel US researchers have developed a greener way to produce metals such as steel. Their process could cut greenhouse gas emissions while using earth abundant and affordable metals. mark for My Articles 135 similar articles
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