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UL Clarifies IEC Guidelines for Safety Features in PLCs
11/24/2015  Post a comment
Independent science safety company Underwriters Laboratories is providing new guidance for manufacturers about how to follow the latest IEC standards for implementing safety features in programmable logic controllers.
Predictive Maintenance Hits Robotics as Fanuc and Cisco Team Up
11/20/2015  2 comments
Cisco Systems has partnered with robotics and automation company Fanuc America to connect industrial robots to a system that ensures they always remain in proper working order.
STMicroelectronics Slays 'Vampire Power'
Product News 
11/18/2015  Post a comment
With a new power-supply chip, the semiconductor giant aims to minimize the loss of power that happens when devices, appliances, and other electronic equipment is in standby mode.
Fanuc Enters Collaborative Robot Fray with 35-kg Model
11/16/2015  Post a comment
Fanuc America has introduced a new industrial robot which, like Rethink Robotics’ Baxter, can work safely alongside humans without the need for fences or cages.
Wildlife Tagging Sparks Funding for Energy-Harvesting Sensors
11/15/2015  1 comment
The National Science Foundation has awarded a mechanical engineering professor in the mountains of Arizona a grant to develop energy-harvesting sensors for marine wildlife.
Smart Wheelchair Uses IoT for Patient Monitoring
11/13/2015  Post a comment
A group of German engineering students has designed a smart wheelchair and walker that use sensors and the IoT so doctors can monitor a patient’s condition remotely.
Thomson How-To Video Keeps Linear Guides and Bearings Lubricated
11/13/2015  Post a comment
Design engineers that want to ensure their high-precision linear motion creations are made to last can get some show-and-tell guidance.
3D Printing Is Moving Beyond Prototypes
11/12/2015  2 comments
3D printing is not just for prototypes anymore, according to our latest Quick Poll results.
Doctors Raise Skepticism About Usefulness of Wearable Medtech
11/11/2015  8 comments
Some physicians are beginning to voice their doubts about the usefulness of wearable medical devices beyond being mere gimmicks or convenient Christmas presents.
Mechatronics Helps Create 'Harmony' in Physical Therapy Robot
11/10/2015  Post a comment
A group of researchers in the University of Texas-Austin's Cockrell School of Engineering have developed what they say is a first-of-its-kind, two-armed, robotic rehabilitation exoskeleton called HARMONY that could provide a new method of high-quality, data-driven therapy to patients suffering from spinal and neurological injuries.
Teacher Learns to Code, Wins Design Contest with Rice Krispies-Loading Robot
STEM Connection 
11/8/2015  Post a comment
A Pennsylvania middle-school teacher who thought it was important to learn how to code robots so he could relay that knowledge to his students has won a design competition with a 3D-printed robotic device that can pick up and place Rice Krispies in a moving container.
Increased Connectivity of Medical Devices Poses New Security Threats
11/6/2015  3 comments
The union of medical devices and the IoT is making medical devices more vulnerable to security risks, which means designers of these devices must begin to develop them with security in mind.
Practical Advice for Securing Medical Device Data in the IoT
11/3/2015  Post a comment
Before medical devices can embrace the IoT and its advantages, manufacturers must be aware of regulatory considerations due to patient confidentiality and other issues that make medical data sensitive to share.
Stanford Students Disprove Long-held Li-Ion Battery Design Theory
10/30/2015  2 comments
Two Stanford University students have debunked a long-held belief about carbon black material that could lead to new innovations in lithium-ion battery development.
Why Isn't the Biomedical Industry Adopting MEMS?
10/30/2015  Post a comment
Microelectromechanical systems have made their way into biomedical devices. However, technical and business challenges remain until the full potential of these systems in the biomedical field can be realized
Portabella Mushroom-Based Bio-Battery Gains Capacity Over Time
10/28/2015  Post a comment
Researchers at UC California in Riverside have found a new recipe for portabella mushrooms — a bio-battery.
On Cars, Carbon Fiber Composites Could Hit the Front Door
10/27/2015  1 comment
Clemson University is leading a $5.8 million research project to develop an ultra-lightweight car door to help automakers meet federal fuel economy standards.
Plastics Innovations in Construction, Food Processing Win Top IAPD Awards
10/23/2015  Post a comment
Inventions for the construction and food processing industries were among the top winners at an annual contest sponsored by the International Association of Plastics Distribution for innovations using contemporary plastics.
Student Comes Up with Toilet Design for Those Who Lack This Basic Human Right
10/22/2015  5 comments
A former design student from Georgia Tech has come up with a hygienic, inexpensive toilet for refugees all over the world.
Motoman Wants to Know: Are You Going to Be a Robot Hero?
10/22/2015  Post a comment
Yaskasawa shared some tips in a blog post on how to be a robotic tech hero when industrial robots break down.
Robo Wunderkind Uses LEGO Concept To Teach Kids to Code, Build Robots
STEM Connection 
10/16/2015  Post a comment
Robo Wunderkind is another robotics kits that uses LEGOs as a design model for teaching small children the basics of coding.
Bosch Rexroth: Put Mechatronics to Work in Overcoming Automation Complexity
10/15/2015  1 comment
Bosch Rexroth took the opportunity to show mechatronics’ influence in manufacturing automation processes through a demonstration called Mechatronics @ Work at the recent Pack Expo.
UT Team Designs Machine for Raytheon to Win ASME Student Design Competition
STEM Connection 
10/14/2015  Post a comment
A team of mechanical engineering students at the University of Texas-Dallas took home the top prize at an ASME student design competition for their design of an automated machine to place lids on small electronic packages in a Raytheon manufacturing process.
ARM TechCon Keynoter: 'Manufacturing Is Early Adopter of IoT'
10/13/2015  Post a comment
In advance of his keynote at ARM TechCon in November, Google Developer Advocate Colt McAnli said that the manufacturing industry will lead the way for IoT.
Mechanical Engineers Release Web-Based 3D Tool for Part Design Optimization
10/13/2015  2 comments
Mechanical engineers at UW-Madison have released ParetoWorks—a 3D Web-based tool for rapid design optimization of parts for numerous objects and products.
Printer-Agnostic OS Helps Schools Take Advantage of 3D Printing
STEM Connection 
10/11/2015  Post a comment
3DPrinterOS aims to make 3D printing accessible to more schools by offering cloud-based software that overcomes compatibility issues between printers.
Hip-Hop Puts ‘Motion’ to Newton’s Laws in NASA-Honeywell STEM Program
STEM Connection 
10/7/2015  Post a comment
Honeywell and NASA's FMA Live! Forces of Nature show uses hip-hop to teach physics lessons and is currently on its Fall 2015 tour in the Midwest.
India Eyes Tesla’s Powerwall as Key To Solar Energy Storage
10/6/2015  Post a comment
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is seeking help from Tesla Motors' Powerwall technology for solar-energy storage in India.
How Manufacturers Can Put Safety First with SIL Compliance
10/2/2015  Post a comment
Safety Integrity Level compliance — a global standard for the safety level of control systems — is a key method manufacturers can use to ensure customers and partners that their products’ control systems are in top working order.
TI Teams with UMD To Bring Hands-On Learning to First-Year Engineering Students
STEM Connection 
10/1/2015  Post a comment
First-year electrical and computer engineering students at the University of Maryland are getting unique, hands-on experience in a newly opened on-campus laboratory thanks to a partnership between Texas Instruments.
Energy-Harvesting Bike, People Path Over Thames River to Power Londoners
10/1/2015  Post a comment
A project to build an eight-mile floating pedestrian and cycle path that leverages solar, wind, and tidal energy to support its own infrastructure is now seeking funding.
Microsoft Acquires VoloMetrix To Apply Big Data to Worker Productivity
9/29/2015  Post a comment
Hoping to make organizations and their workers more efficient, Microsoft has purchased VoloMetrix, a pioneer in organizational analytics.
Why Aren't Surgeons Embracing Innovative Medical Technology?
9/29/2015  4 comments
Breakthrough technologies to make surgeons' jobs easier are being developed all the time. So why haven't they been so easily convinced?
ASU To Lead White House-Backed Initiative To Attract Minority Women to STEM
STEM Connection 
9/25/2015  2 comments
The White House Council for Women and Girls has appointed Arizona State University to lead a consortium committed to supporting minority girls and women in STEM fields.
Stratasys Wants Schools to Respond: What Would a 3D Printer Mean to You?
STEM Connection 
9/22/2015  Post a comment
Stratasys is holding a contest offering the opportunity for a US school to win a Stratasys Mojo 3D printer along with a $5,000 grant.
Prosthetic Hand Gives Paralyzed Patient a Sense of Touch
9/18/2015  1 comment
A mind-controlled mechanical hand, developed by DARPA and researchers at Johns Hopkins university, gives a paralyzed patient the ability to “feel” physical sensations.
Kids Solve Everyday Problems in 3M-Backed Science Challenge
STEM Connection 
9/17/2015  Post a comment
3M and Discovery have partnered once again to host the “ultimate middle school science competition” with the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge.
Printed, NFC-Powered Energy-Harvesting Device for Sensor Networks Is Coming
9/15/2015  Post a comment
A UK applied research group aims to develop a printed energy-harvesting device powered by near-field communication technology.
Competition Awards Designers for Inventing New Products Out of Recycled Materials
9/12/2015  1 comment
The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries is asking designers to take one man’s trash and turn it into treasure by developing innovative new products out of reused materials.
Device Translates Breath Into Words, Allows Paralyzed People to Speak
9/11/2015  2 comments
A group of researchers at Loughborough University in the UK developed the novel device for speech sufferers using a pressure transducer, an ADC, signal processing, and pattern-recognition software.
Sakor Develops Test System for Next-Gen Dream Chaser Spacecraft
9/7/2015  Post a comment
Sakor Technologies has been tapped to provide a test system that will prove the capability of an atmospheric flight control system that the company has already designed for the space vehicle.
Banner Expands Sensing Range for Q3X Laser Contrast Sensor
Product News 
9/3/2015  Post a comment
Banner Engineering has expanded the maximum sensing range for its Q3X laser contrast sensor, making the line well-suited for applications requiring high-speed detection of low-contrast differences.
New Directions in Energy Efficiency and Energy Harvesting
8/31/2015  Post a comment
Taking energy from renewable sources, recycling existing energy, and using components that don’t need much energy at all are becoming critical industrial and consumer design criteria.
Solar-Powered Schoolbags Are a Light in the Lives of Underprivileged Students
8/29/2015  2 comments
A South African startup is combining recycled plastic with solar power to give underprivileged schoolchildren a stylish schoolbag that also supplies them with light to study by.
BWG President: Here's Why Women's Perception of Manufacturing Is Turning Around
8/28/2015  1 comment
Technology and global expansion are playing key roles in making manufacturing an attractive field for women to join, more than ever before, said the president of a woman-owned family of companies.
Cypress Offers Low-Power PMICs for Solar-Powered Wireless Sensors
Product News 
8/26/2015  Post a comment
Cypress Semiconductor has rolled out a new family of energy-harvesting power management integrated circuits that enable the development of tiny solar-powered wireless sensors for Internet of Things applications.
Graphene Ink Is the Key to Next-Gen Energy Storage
8/24/2015  2 comments
A Manchester University professor is leading a project to develop a graphene-ink 3D printer capable of creating the next generation of energy-storage systems.
Is DFMA the Way Forward for Reshoring Efforts?
8/21/2015  Post a comment
How is design for manufacturing and assembly being coordinated with total cost of ownership (TCO) strategies in the effort to reshore US manufacturing jobs?
More Must Be Done to Overcome the Challenges to Reshoring
8/19/2015  10 comments
Despite reports that reshoring efforts are bringing manufacturing back to the US, companies face separation difficulties in offshoring countries and issues when they do get back on domestic territory.
StemBox Offers Subscription Science Kits for Girls
STEM Connection 
8/19/2015  6 comments
StemBox is offering a monthly subscription box aimed at giving girls a hands-on approach to experimenting with science and engineering projects.
Organization Gives Kids ‘Magic Arms’ Thanks to 3D Printing
8/13/2015  Post a comment
Magic Arms provides plastic, 3D-printed devices that help children who’ve lost the use of their arms due to neuromuscular disorders regain movement
Synthesizer for All Musical Skill Levels Takes Top Prize at TI Design Challenge
STEM Connection 
8/13/2015  Post a comment
Two University of Florida students have created a synthesizer that allows people of all musical skill levels—even the disabled— to make music.
Tiny Robotic 'Wrist' Has the Skill to Perform Brain Surgery
8/12/2015  Post a comment
A tiny mechanical wrist, developed by a team of engineers at Vanderbilt University, is dexterous enough to perform even brain surgery procedures.
The Secret of Canada’s Wind Energy Growth
8/11/2015  48 comments
A multitude of factors are driving Canada’s wind-energy success.
Mechatronics Propels New Medtech Designs in Prosthesis, Surgery, and Mobility
8/10/2015  Post a comment
Lifelike prostheses, better noninvasive surgery tools, and a more nimble wheelchair are just a few examples of which the multidisciplinary field of mechatronics is helping medical device makers make lives better.
MakerBot Expands With Bigger NYC Factory
8/10/2015  Post a comment
MakerBot has expanded its footprint with a new factory in Industry City, Brooklyn, that will allow the company to grow its desktop 3D printing business.
3D Printing Bureau in Rhode Island Taps Local Best, Brightest for Growing Business
STEM Connection 
8/7/2015  Post a comment
Some of the newest and brightest engineering minds are helping a small reseller and service bureau in Rhode Island usher in the next generation of 3D printing and keep top STEM talent in the state.
A Sudden End for That Famous Hitchhiking Robot -- Or Is It?
8/5/2015  6 comments
HitchBOT, a robot that successfully hitchhiked across Canada last summer, wasn't as lucky in a similar trip across the United States.
This ‘Strange’ Japanese Hotel Is Staffed by Robots
7/30/2015  4 comments
Henn'na Hotel, a next-generation, eco-friendly hotel in Nagasaki, Japan, is staffed almost entirely by robots.
Energy-Harvesting RF Switches Can Replace Cabled, Powered Components in Industrial Applications
Product News 
7/28/2015  Post a comment
New energy-harvesting switches from ZF Friedrichshafen AG’s CHERRY electronics business unit can eliminate the need for cabling in industrial and other applications.
Researchers Develop Solar Cell that Stores Energy When It's Dark
7/26/2015  4 comments
Researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington have developed an all-vanadium photo-electrochemical flow cell that can store solar energy on a large scale, even at night.
Researchers Develop 1st 3D-Printed Robot to Combine Soft, Rigid Materials
7/20/2015  Post a comment
Two engineers have developed the first 3D-printed robot with a mix of solid and soft materials that can jump similarly to a human, the result of research they think will have future applications for disaster recovery and future space missions.
StretchSense Wants to Make Your Chargers Obsolete
7/19/2015  1 comment
A company in New Zealand has developed a sensor made of flexible fabric that could one day be a wearable power source for your mobile devices.
Technology of the Future Could be Powered by Evaporation
7/17/2015  1 comment
Columbia University researchers have found a way of potentially powering robotics, devices, sensors, and other machinery using water evaporation.
Announcing the 2015 ASME Student Mechanism and Robot Design Competition
STEM Connection 
7/13/2015  Post a comment
A group of college students will have their chance to show off their skills in robotics, mechatronics, and design in the annual Student Mechanism and Robot Design Competition held by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Seahorse Tail Inspires New Designs in Robotics, Armor
7/10/2015  Post a comment
A collaboration of scientists led by a researcher at Clemson University have found inspiration in an unlikely source -- the unique shape of the tails of seahorses -- for new designs in robotic actuation, armor, and biomedical applications.
DARPA Backs Further Development of DEKA's 'Luke Arm'
7/9/2015  2 comments
The Department of Defense is making a nearly $7 million investment to further development on a prosthetic device that allows for movement and functionality that’s nearly the same as a normal human arm and hand.
Highway Barriers Block Noise, Generate Solar Energy
7/7/2015  Post a comment
Researchers in The Netherlands are testing highway sound barriers that have a two-fold purpose: to block sound and also to harvest solar energy.
Plastics, Not Better Silicon, Could Be Key to More Efficient Solar Cells
7/3/2015  12 comments
Researchers in Australia think new types of plastic materials instead of silicon may be the key to building more efficient solar cells.
10 US State Engineering Facts You Probably Don’t Know: South Dakota - Wyoming
7/2/2015  9 comments
Design News is celebrating the Fourth of July with an alphabetical tour through all 50 states to showcase historically significant engineering breakthroughs and events.
Nanosteel Aims to Help Cars Lose Weight, Gain Efficiency
7/2/2015  1 comment
Automakers are on the prowl for lighter weight materials to make vehicles less heavy and more fuel efficient, and Nanosteel is one of the companies hoping to take advantage of this opportunity with their lightweight automotive steel of the same name.
10 US State Engineering Facts You Probably Don’t Know: New Mexico - South Carolina
6/30/2015  3 comments
This year, Design News is getting a head start on the Fourth of July celebration. In honor of our country and its legacy of engineering innovation -- in all of its forms -- we are taking you on an alphabetical tour through all 50 states to showcase interesting engineering breakthroughs and historically significant events.
10 US State Engineering Facts You Probably Don’t Know: Massachusetts - New Jersey
6/26/2015  7 comments
This year, Design News is getting a head start on the Fourth of July celebration. In honor of our country and its legacy of engineering innovation -- in all of its forms -- we are taking you on an alphabetical tour through all 50 states to showcase interesting engineering breakthroughs and historically significant events.
Initiative Aims to Stop Human Trafficking in Electronics Supply Chain
6/26/2015  3 comments
Ariba has partnered with Made in a Free World to help organizations track and reduce slavery in their global supply chains by getting them the tools they need to find and fight it.
10 US State Engineering Facts You Probably Don’t Know: Hawaii - Maryland
6/25/2015  3 comments
From California to the New York island -- as the song goes -- here is the second installment of our five-installment 50-state slideshow showcasing the US' legacy of engineering innovations.
10 US State Engineering Facts You Probably Don’t Know: Alabama - Georgia
6/24/2015  Post a comment
Design News is getting a head start on the Fourth of July celebration. In honor of our great nation, and the US’s legacy of engineering innovation we will take you on an alphabetical tour through all 50 states, showcasing interesting engineering breakthroughs and historically significant events.
Considering 8 ‘Human Factors’ in the Design of Medical Devices
6/23/2015  3 comments
“Human factors engineering” is a term that defines the act of targeting design for people who are the intended users of a product, and it’s widely used across the medical industry.
EU Project Urges ‘RESPECT’ for Citizens In Use of Surveillance Technology
6/19/2015  5 comments
A European project aims to protect people’s privacy amid the increased use of technology like video cameras and other surveillance equipment.
'Designer Carbon' Promises to Enhance Energy Storage
6/18/2015  3 comments
Researchers at Stanford University have created synthetic carbon that can improve energy-storage capacity in supercapacitors and lithium-sulfur batteries
Bacteria-Based Paper Battery Generates Energy from Drop of Water
6/17/2015  Post a comment
A researcher from Binghamton University has developed a 3D-printed, bacteria-based battery made of paper that costs five cents to develop and folds up into the size of a matchbook.
Experts: EVs Are the Way to Meet California’s 2030 Petroleum Reduction Goal
6/15/2015  19 comments
Switching to alternative, cleaner fuels and electric-powered vehicles is the way forward if California wants to meet the goals of an initiative by Gov. Jerry Brown to reduce the use of petroleum in the state 50% by 2030, according to experts in the transportation industry.
Ricoh Invents ‘Energy Generating Rubber’ for Flexible Sensors
Product News 
6/15/2015  Post a comment
Japan-based Ricoh Co. has developed new material called "Energy Harvesting Rubber" that strikes a balance between providing flexibility while also harvesting a significant amount of energy that could have a number of applications, including flexible sensors and wearables
Researchers Power Sensors, Camera With WiFi Signals
6/12/2015  3 comments
A research team from the University of Washington has demonstrated the first sensors and camera to run powered only on signals from a WiFi router.
Spanish Firm Designs Bladeless Wind Turbine
6/9/2015  18 comments
The Bladeless Vortex is more environmentally friendly and cost efficient than typical wind turbines, according to the Spanish company of the same name that invented it.
Rodon: How Part Design and Injection Molding Meld Into a High-Quality Part
6/5/2015  Post a comment
Although everyone knows that plastic injection molding can produce mass volumes of parts with precision and low cost, not every manufacturer gets the process right, which could defeat its purpose and hamper production.
Material Inspired by Moth Eyes Boosts Solar-Cell Efficiency
6/3/2015  Post a comment
New glass coating, the design of which was inspired by two disparate examples in nature -- a moth’s eye and lotus leaf -- could mean significant improvements for solar panels, lenses, military equipment, windows, and other products in the future, thanks to the Department of Energy.
Energy-Harvesting Knee Brace Could Power Medical Devices
6/2/2015  2 comments
A group of engineering students at Rice University have designed a knee brace that harvests energy from walking, which potentially can be reused to power small medical devices and even an artificial heart.
Inkjet Printing Process Used to Develop More Efficient Solar Cells
6/1/2015  Post a comment
Solar energy is becoming an increasing source of scalable, renewable energy around the world. However, while energy from the sun itself is natural and environmentally friendly, the process for creating solar cells is not, which means one area of research in the field is to try to change this scenario.
New Battery Comprised Solely of Lithium-Sulfur-Based Compound
5/29/2015  9 comments
Researchers at the University of Maryland have achieved a first in lithium-ion battery science: the development of a successful lithium-based battery using one material for all three core components of a battery -- anode, cathode, and electrolyte.
Robotic Eel Tapped to Explore Jupiter’s Oceans
5/28/2015  Post a comment
Two researchers from Cornell University have won a $100,000 grant from NASA to continue work to develop an energy-harvesting robotic eel the space agency aims to use to explore oceans on one of the moons of Jupiter.
Researchers Make Breakthrough in Capturing, Storing Solar Energy
5/19/2015  2 comments
One of the biggest challenges to implementing solar power on a larger scale is how to store the energy to use it when the sun doesn’t shine. Now a researcher in Denmark has made a significant breakthrough in this endeavor, developing molecules that can take energy from the sun, store it, and then release it for use when needed.
Tesla-Inspired iPhone Case Pulls Energy from Air to Charge Device
5/15/2015  5 comments
A startup inspired by Nikola Tesla is about to launch an energy-harvesting smartphone case that can charge your phone on the go.
Healthy Shopping App Wins Big in MIT STEM Competition
STEM Connection 
5/14/2015  Post a comment
Two women studying at Cornell University have won $10,000 for designing and developing a Web application that can help people make healthier choices while grocery shopping.
Omron: Manufacturing Inches toward Industry 4.0
5/11/2015  1 comment
Just like smart connected consumer products, manufacturing holds much promise in the Internet of Things vision, in which machinery and devices on the factory floor and beyond are seamlessly connected via sensors and standardized connectivity infrastructure.
Backpack Is a Wireless, Wearable Charging System
5/7/2015  Post a comment
The Flexible Integrated Energy Device (FIED) combines wearable technology and wireless power sources to create a complete power system for personal electronics.
Biomimicry Hits the Mainstream
5/5/2015  2 comments
Bioimimicry is not merely a helpful design tool -- it also encourages designers to think not only about how to solve design problems by imitating nature, but how to make the products, materials, and systems they design more ecologically sound and nature-friendly.

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