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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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Fast Company
Neal Ungerleider
Meet The New Zealand Company That's 3-D Printing Rocket Engines... And They Work An upstart New Zealand rocket company says it has found a way to drastically cut the cost of satellite launches: 3-D printing rocket components. mark for My Articles 73 similar articles
National Defense
May 2015
Allyson Versprille
Researchers Hack Into Driverless Car System, Take Control of Vehicle A group of Virginia-based researchers funded by the Defense Department found that it is relatively easy to remotely hack into a driverless car's control system, but said hardening against such an attack can be inexpensive. mark for My Articles 65 similar articles
Fast Company
David Lumb
Why Not Google Map Your Body? Researchers at the University of South Wales, borrowing the algorithms Google Maps uses to make sense of large volumes of data, have mapped out human tissues down to the level of the human cell. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 18, 2015
Tim Wogan
Drawn out success for far faster 3D printing A new, continuous-flow process for stereolithography -- one of the key technologies in 3D printing -- that is 25 -- 100 times faster than current technologies has been developed by researchers in the US. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
Fast Company
April 2015
Ben Schiller
Stealth Doctors: Tiny Machines Inside Your Body Tiny machines that roam our bodies, delivering drugs and killing tumors: It sounds like science fiction, but someday it'll be just plain science. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 12, 2015
Simon Neil
Mercury-grabbing ionic liquids hit the gas Scientists in the UK and Malaysia have disclosed the research behind a fast and safe commercial technology for removing mercury from natural gas. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 6, 2015
Anisha Ratan
Phone camera checks water for arsenic UK scientists have developed a mobile phone-based system to help people avoid drinking water contaminated with arsenic. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 23, 2015
Andrea Sella
Young's valve James Young was a Scottish glassblower (1915 -- 1995), who invented the ubiquitous yellow valve mark for My Articles 1 similar article
Chemistry World
February 20, 2015
Geri Kitley
Google Glass to monitor plant health Scientists in the US have developed their very own pair of rose-tinted spectacles by adapting Google Glass to measure the chlorophyll concentration of leaves. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Chemistry World
February 19, 2015
Richard Massey
Infrared camouflage that sticks US scientists have developed an adhesive tape that can help objects match the infrared reflectance of their surroundings and disguise them from being seen by infrared cameras. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
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