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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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Chemistry World
September 25, 2015
Emma Stoye
3D printer uses gel matrix to tie the knot Researchers have found a way to 3D print 'impossible' shapes -- including a thin tube tied in a knot -- out of soft materials by injecting the inks into a gel that solidifies and traps them in place. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
Chemistry World
September 24, 2015
Andy Extance
Cosmetics deals push skin 3D bioprinting 3D bioprinting's allure has attracted interest from the skincare industry, with three leading firms each launching skin printing initiatives in mid-2015 that they hope will revolutionize cosmetic testing. mark for My Articles 175 similar articles
Fast Company
Robb Todd
iRobot's New Roomba Is A Cartographer And Has Its Own App (Finally) At first glance, it might seem a little underwhelming to the vacuumers of the world that the latest product from iRobot, the Roomba 980, boasts internal mapping as a key new feature. mark for My Articles 86 similar articles
Fast Company
October 2015
Adam Bluestein
This Plastic Chip Is Changing Medicine Artificial micro organs, which are being developed at Harvard, MIT, UC Berkeley, and other places, give researchers the ability to model what happens in humans when drugs or irritants enter the system. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
National Defense
October 2015
Lonardo & Conner
Additive Manufacturing Provides Agility for Defense Contractors Military commanders at all levels rely on the U.S. industrial base to provide forces with superior platforms that are operationally available. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
National Defense
October 2015
Yasmin Tadjdeh
New Power Technology for Underwater Drones Open Water Power, a Massachusetts-based start up company, is currently developing a device that uses aluminum-based power systems to juice up underwater drones for what CEO Tom Milnes said is a significant improvement over traditional batteries. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
August 31, 2015
Michael Friedenberg
The future of A.I. ethics is in our hands When so many of the world's smartest people warn us about 'killer robots' and other ethical issues inherent in artificial intelligence, we should heed their call to make sure A.I. is used for societal good mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Fast Company
Neal Ungerleider
Report: $1.9 Billion Invested In Space Travel Startups Since 2014 Venture capital database CB Insights released the report, titled "Future of Frontier Tech," which also says that drone startups have raised $285 million since 2014 and virtual/augmented reality companies $1 billion. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
Fast Company
Rose Pastore
Watch Live: NASA Crashing An Airplane For Science On Wednesday at 1 p.m. ET, NASA will drop a vintage 1974 aircraft, tail down, from a height of 100 feet at the Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 24, 2015
Cesar Palmero
Flushing advice is flawed Instructions given to the public by water companies and other authorities in the aftermath of chemical contamination are inconsistent and not validated by science. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
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