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Silicon Nanowires Increase Li-Ion Batteries' Power Storage Capabilities
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Stanford researchers are using silicon nanowires to increase the power capacity of lithium-ion batteries
Honda's ASIMO Robot Boasts New Self-Charging, Networking Features
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Yielding, networking, coordinating and self-charging features are among new advanced ASIMO functionalities
MIT Develops Oil-Resistant Surface
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Modified surface construction supports the low surface tension of hydrocarbons
Rolls Royce Manufacturing Facility Will Assemble and Test RB282 Engines
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New Rolls Royce assembly and test facility will provide jobs for engineers
Military MULE
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DARPA Urban Challenge vehicles and the Future Combat Systems Program's Multifunctional Utility/Logistics and Equipment (MULE) Vehicles have plenty in common
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Getting Started in Medical Design
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Veteran medical designer Ted Kucklick of Cannuflow gives his views on the essential steps in developing products for one of the OEM's fastest-growing - and toughest - markets
A Program for the FCS Program
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FCS includes manned and unmanned vehicles, on the ground and in the air
Engineers Pitch Medical Marvels with Motion Systems
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From the world's most sophisticated prosthetic to a robotic 'inch worm' for heart surgery, engineers are harnessing motion systems for medical innovation
Portable Medical System Improves Treatment for CO Poisoning
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Today's technology and innovative design make an 80-year-old discovery work
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