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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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National Defense
October 2014
Yasmin Tadjdeh
Navy Beefs Up 3-D Printing Efforts With New 'Print the Fleet' Program At the Harsh Environment Lab in Virginia Beach, Navy scientists and engineers are developing cutting edge technologies, including 3-D printing. mark for My Articles 261 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 16, 2014
Phillip Broadwith
Freeing a world of fixers FormFormForm, a small company based in London, UK, is trying to reverse that trend with a silicone rubber adhesive called sugru, which can be shaped to fit all sorts of applications. mark for My Articles
Chemistry World
September 11, 2014
Emma Stoye
First flexible graphene display paves the way for folding electronics The first flexible display device based on graphene has been unveiled by scientists in the UK, who say it is the first step on the road towards next generation gadgets that can be folded, rolled or crumpled up without cracking the screen. mark for My Articles 106 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 8, 2014
Emma Stoye
CPU heat powers PCR disease detection Scientists in the US have devised a new way of carrying out blood tests -- based on a modified computer and camera phone -- that could lower the costs of disease screening in developing countries. mark for My Articles 87 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 2, 2014
Jon Cartwright
Flexible solar cell woven into fabric There could soon be a way to power wearable electronics indefinitely, now that scientists in China have developed a solar cell 'textile' that could be woven into clothes. mark for My Articles 470 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 29, 2014
Elisabeth Bowley
Concerns over chemical treatment of reclaimed fracking fluid In the next 50 years, over one trillion gallons of water will be used in shale gas extraction but research from scientists in the US suggests that environmentally detrimental compounds are being created when this fluid is recycled. mark for My Articles 143 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 22, 2014
Harriet Brewerton
Printed sensors kick up a stink Scientists in Canada have used an inkjet-printer to create sensors that give off a smell when a target biomolecule is present. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 21, 2014
Jonathan Midgley
Redirecting electrons boosts algal hydrogen generation Scientists have developed a highly targeted metabolic engineering technique to control the flow of electrons produced by the initial stages of photosynthesis in microalgae. mark for My Articles 142 similar articles
Information Today
August 14, 2014
Knovel Launches Composites Subject Area Composites comprises design, selection, analysis, testing, manufacturing, and repair information related to composite materials. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
National Defense
September 2014
Yasmin Tadjdeh
As Technology Matures, New Roles Emerge for Underwater Drones While unmanned underwater vehicle technology is advancing, it is not maturing as quickly as UAVs. mark for My Articles 200 similar articles
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