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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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Chemistry World
November 19, 2013
Jessica Brand
From seaweed to solar cells After years of using platinum, scientists suggest they could one day use extracts from marine plants to replace it in solar cells. mark for My Articles 232 similar articles
Fast Company
Dec 2013/Jan 2014
Paul Watcher
Making Senses Last December, IBM's VP of innovation predicted that computers would be able to mimic all five of the senses. Recent advances in perception technology actually make that halfdecade timeline look too conservative. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 12, 2013
Michael Parkin
Patterning graphene onto complex surfaces Graphene could find use in next-generation flexible electronic devices thanks to scientists in Taiwan and the US who have developed a low cost and scalable method to pattern graphene onto 3D surfaces. mark for My Articles 94 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 8, 2013
Rowan Frame
Big data approach to solar cells After 150 million theoretical calculations, scientists at Harvard University in the US reveal results that could cut down the time and cost of experimental tests to find better organic electronic materials for solar cells. mark for My Articles 246 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 7, 2013
Simon Hadlington
Rocket-propelled read-out for new DNA chip US researchers have invented a lab-on-a-chip that can measure how much of a specific strand of DNA is in a sample using a 'rocket-propelled' thread of ink that can be read by eye. mark for My Articles 162 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 4, 2013
Andrea Sella
Lichtenberg's figures Georg Lichtenberg (1742 -- 1799) was a German physicist and satirist. He invented the basis of electrostatic printing and discovered the fractal patterns produced by electricity passing through an insulator mark for My Articles
Chemistry World
November 1, 2013
Megan Tyler
High-throughput chip for drug screening in 3D A simple micro-array chip developed by scientists in China could sharpen the search for new drugs by enabling the high-throughput screening of drug candidates against cells cultured in three dimensions. mark for My Articles 244 similar articles
National Defense
December 2013
Stew Magnuson
Simulator to Help Developers Push Robotics Technology Forward A simulator intended to give robot makers a hand during a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contest is expected to remain an integral part of how developers design the machines in the future. mark for My Articles 296 similar articles
Information Today
October 24, 2013
Springer Announces Korean OA Journal and Book Series Springer Science+Business Media will publish new South Korean content in partnership with the Korea Nano Technology Research Society and KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) Press. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
Chemistry World
October 21, 2013
Helen Bache
Sustainable materials sound good Cellulose fibers covered with magnetic nanoparticles have been used to make ultrathin loudspeakers by researchers in Sweden. The material could provide a cheaper and more sustainable alternative to the polymers traditionally used in speakers. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
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