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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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Chemistry World
May 27, 2015
Jonathan Midgley
Collaboration reduces barriers to rare earth separation As part of ongoing research into critical metal reuse and recycling, chemical engineers have teamed up with chemists to develop a simple photochemical method for separating vital rare earth metals, europium and yttrium. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 21, 2015
Aurora Walshe
Getting closer to secrets on the seabed Researchers from Spain have engineered a laser spectrometer to analyze solids underwater that they hope to eventually develop for deep sea research. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Information Today
May 19, 2015
Brill Announces Donation to Indian University As part of its Adopt a Library Program, Brill donated more than 500 of its frontlist titles to Loyola-ICAM College of Engineering and Technology in India. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 13, 2015
Andy Extance
Espresso maker brews up tasty extraction Researchers in Australia have used an unmodified household espresso maker to get nearly pure shikimic acid -- a raw material for Roche's antiviral drug Tamiflu -- from the spice star anise. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 13, 2015
Heather Powell
Electricity harvested from magnetic noise Wireless battery charging may benefit from a new generator that harnesses magnetic energy from our environment. mark for My Articles 80 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 8, 2015
Matthew Gunther
Gold-plated onion shows its strength as artificial muscle Producing many a tear in the kitchen, onions may now add some flavor to the robotics community as scientists in Taiwan have created an artificial muscle made from gold-plated onion skin. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
National Defense
June 2015
Allyson Versprille
Integration Biggest Challenge for Railgun As the Navy prepares to test its electromagnetic railgun at sea for the first time in 2016, service leaders said one of the biggest challenges will be integrating the new technology onto existing platforms. mark for My Articles 155 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 27, 2015
Jon Cartwright
E-paper display draws on child's toy The idea behind the Magna Doodle has been given a new lease of life by scientists in Japan, who have created an electronic-paper version that could be used as a large interactive display for classrooms. mark for My Articles 119 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 20, 2015
Isobel Marr
Membrane-less electrolyser set to disrupt water splitting Researchers in Switzerland have side-stepped membrane-cost issues getting in the way of sustainable water-splitting by designing a device that does without a membrane. mark for My Articles 61 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 14, 2015
Laura Fisher
Making fracking greener Researchers in the US have created a chemically-responsive fluid to efficiently fracture rocks that could decrease the amount of energy required for fracking. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
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