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Harvesting Energy from Swaying Buildings
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4/29/2016  Post a comment
A researcher from The Ohio State University has designed objects that harness vibrations from the movement of swaying buildings or bridges to provide alternative energy.
Microbial Battery Eyed as Viable Storage for Renewables
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4/27/2016  1 comment
Researchers in The Netherlands have developed a microbial-based battery they said could provide environmentally friendly and cost-effective storage for renewable energy.
Researcher Accidentally Develops Way to Make Batteries Last 400 Times Longer
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4/26/2016  2 comments
Researchers have invented nanowire-based battery material that can be recharged hundreds of thousands of times.
Researchers Tap Wood, Not Glass, for Solar Panels
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4/25/2016  2 comments
Researchers in Sweden have developed a way to use wood as the transparent material in solar panels.
Biobots Powered by Muscle Cells See, Follow Light
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4/25/2016  Post a comment
A biobot developed by researchers at the University of Illinois has an infrastructure of human muscle cells that can sense and follow light.
Photosynthesis Inspires New Method for Renewable Energy Storage
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4/20/2016  Post a comment
Researchers in Canada have made a breakthrough in the chemical process of storing energy, paving the way for more viable options for storing alternative energy sources on a larger scale.
Solar Cell Turns Raindrops Into Energy
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4/19/2016  Post a comment
Chinese engineers have developed a solar panel that can harvest energy not only from the sun but also from raindrops. Researchers in Qingdao, China, achieved this by adding a layer of graphene over a dye-sensitized solar cell to react with compounds in rainwater to produce an electrical charge.
Wind Turbine Uses 3D-Printed Parts to Provide Portable Power
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4/18/2016  7 comments
A recent PhD in engineering from Canada was inspired by time living in Nicaragua to design a portable wind turbine for regions not served by the power grid
Researchers Turn to Rotten Tomatoes for Biofuel
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4/11/2016  2 comments
Researchers at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has developed a way to turn tomato waste into a new type of biofuel.
Wind Turbines Turn to Palm Tree-Like Design for Next-Gen Power
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4/4/2016  7 comments
The Department of Energy has come up with a new design for gigantic wind-turbine blades (longer than two football fields) for harvesting offshore wind energy.
Nanomotors Act As Tiny Repair Kits for Self-Healing Electronics
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3/28/2016  4 comments
Inspired by the natural processes of self-healing in the human body, a group of researchers at the University of California San Diego have developed nanomotors that can act as a self-healing system for electronics.
Car-Pulling Microbots Inspired by Ants
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3/25/2016  2 comments
Researchers at Stanford University have developed microrobots inspired by ants that can pull large loads that outweigh them considerably.
MIT Develops Non-Toxic Alternative to Batteries
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3/25/2016  2 comments
Researchers at MIT have developed a way to generate portable power to replace batteries that uses heat rather than metals or toxic materials.
Seaweed-Based Materials Favored over Plastic For Packaging
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3/23/2016  1 comment
A Japanese design group called AMAN is exploring how agar, a gelatinous substance found in seaweed, can be used as a basis for an environmentally friendly alternative to plastic packaging.
Labs Across the US Open to Students for 'National Week at the Labs'
STEM Connection 
3/10/2016  1 comment
The White House recently hosted National Week at the Labs to open up laboratories all over the US to students to encourage their interest in STEM.
Desert-Inspired Materials Harvest Water From the Air
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3/9/2016  1 comment
Harvard University researchers have drawn inspiration from desert-dwelling plants and insects to develop materials that can harvest water droplets from thin air.
Frozen Oil Inspires New Shape-shifting Materials
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2/25/2016  Post a comment
Scientists have used the changing composition of oil as inspiration for a new method for generating complex shapes, paving the way for new shape-shifting materials with a range of applications.
Fujitsu Beacon Achieves TRON Ucode Certification, Is Easier to Mass Produce
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2/18/2016  Post a comment
Fujitsu's new prototype battery-less beacon has achieved the world’s first ucode tag certification for such technology from the TRON Forum.
Sierra Wireless Aims to Promote IoT Interoperability with Tools, Standards
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2/17/2016  Post a comment
Sierra Wireless is promoting interoperable IoT with investment in open-source projects, in particular Project mangOH.
Report: Unmet Needs Stand in the Way of Trillion Sensor Predictions
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2/17/2016  1 comment
There are a number of needs that must be met for the widespread proliferation of sensors predicted by industry analysts, according to Lux Research.
UC Berkeley, Autodesk Use Biomimicry to Develop Eco-Friendly 3D-Printing Materials
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2/15/2016  Post a comment
Researchers at the University of California Berkeley are teaming up with Autodesk to develop new, eco-friendly materials for 3D printing using biomimicry.
Renesas, SEVENSTAX Team Up for Secure PROFINET for IIoT
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2/15/2016  Post a comment
Renesas Electronics Europe and SEVENSTAX have teamed up to provide a secure connectivity solution for PROFINET to support the IIoT.
Congress Extends Federal Solar Tax Credit
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2/12/2016  2 comments
The US Congress has extended an important tax credit for solar energy, a move that’s good news for future investments in this type of alternative energy and for many stakeholders in the solar industry.
Report: Solar-Energy Storage Market to Grow to $8 Billion by 2026
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2/4/2016  1 comment
A recent report from Lux Research is predicting the market for energy storage for solar-energy systems to grow to $8 billion by 2026.
SkyMath iPad App Provides Fun, Personalized Math Learning for Kids
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1/31/2016  Post a comment
SkyMath integrates various types of learning to help kids develop math skills in a fun, personalized way to promote STEM education.
Seashells Hold Clues to Stronger Materials
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1/29/2016  Post a comment
The Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has identified a key process in the formation of calcium carbonate that could lead to the development of stronger materials for renewable energy research.
Google Glass Overtaken By Rivals in Enterprise Adoption of Augmented Reality
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1/28/2016  1 comment
As augmented reality solutions in manufacturing and other sectors begin to take hold, Google Glass -- the pioneer in technology in the field -- is being pushed aside in favor of better, rival technology, according to a new report by Lux Research.
COMAU, B&R Integrate Robots Into Machine Control
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1/26/2016  Post a comment
Robot maker COMAU Robotics and automation technology provider B&R have introduced openROBOTICS, a new solution that solves a longstanding problem in manufacturing automation—how to integrate robots into machinery control
ON Semiconductor Releases Highest Resolution CCD Image Sensor
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1/25/2016  Post a comment
ON Semiconductor has released its highest resolution Interline Transfer CCD image sensor, providing high resolution without sacrificing image uniformity and global shutter architecture.
How H. Joseph Gerber Went from Holocaust Survivor to 'Thomas Edison' of Manufacturing
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1/24/2016  2 comments
H. Joseph Gerber, the founder of Gerber Scientific, has been described as the “Thomas Edison” of manufacturing due to his inventions and contributions to industry. His son, David, tells his father's story -- from Holocaust survivor to National Medal of Technology and Innovation winner -- in a new book.
Girls Who Code Expands STEM Summer Immersion Program to 11 Cities
STEM Connection 
1/22/2016  1 comment
A nonprofit organization that promotes interest in STEM among girls is calling for applications for annual summer technology learning programs that have expanded to 11 cities.
H2W Offers Motion-Profile Calculators to Ease Component Choice
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1/22/2016  Post a comment
H2W Technologies has placed a number of calculators on its website to help engineers determine the best motion profile for an application.
LEDs Drive Cutting-Edge IIoT Applications
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1/20/2016  Post a comment
New applications driven by LEDs are helping lead the adoption of the Industrial Internet of Things, with the combination of efficient lighting and connectivity opening the door for numerous smart facility-management applications.
Schneider Releases New Lexium Chip-Based Motion Controller for Compact Applications
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1/19/2016  Post a comment
Schneider Electric has released a new, ultra-compact programmable motion controller well suited for applications where space is a concern.
IEEE Society: Data Science, 5G, Virtual Reality Among Top Tech Trends in 2016
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1/15/2016  1 comment
The IEEE Computer Society recently unveiled its top nine technology trends to look out for in 2016.
Design News Quick Poll Results: CAD Still Design Tool of Choice for Engineers
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1/15/2016  2 comments
Engineers say that tried-and-true 3D computer-aided design (CAD) is the most useful tool in their arsenal, according to our latest Quick Poll results.
The IoT: The Security Risks, The Challenges ... The Solutions
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1/13/2016  1 comment
With the Internet of Things poised to flood wireless networks with potentially billions of new connected devices, security is top of mind for engineers and designers.
5 Cool Green Technologies at CES 2016
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1/12/2016  5 comments
CES 2016, the annual technology confab, featured some interesting new offerings on the green technology scene.
MEMS Industry Group Reveals Anticipated Trillion Sensor Roadmap
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1/10/2016  Post a comment
The MEMS and Sensors Industry Group unveiled the outline of its TSensors (Trillion Sensors) Roadmap
AES Offers Tom Kite Scholarship to Promising Audio Engineering Students
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1/9/2016  Post a comment
Audio engineering students can take advantage of a new scholarship from the Audio Engineering Society sponsored by Audio Precision in honor of the late Tom Kite, an active AES member for many years who made numerous contributions to the field.
10,000 COMAU Robots Now Controlled by B&R Technology
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1/7/2016  Post a comment
Robot maker COMAU and automation technology provider B&R have reached a significant milestone in their partnership, with 10,000 COMAU robots now controlled by B&R automation technology.
5 Technologies to Watch in 2016
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1/6/2016  6 comments
Keep an eye on these five technologies for major growth and impact on the engineering space in 2016.
5 Technologies that Made the Big Time in 2015
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1/5/2016  5 comments
With 2015 in the rearview, it’s time to take a look back at some of the top technologies that made a major impact on engineering and design.
Smart Pill Bottle Reminds Patients to Take Their Medication
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1/2/2016  1 comment
A smart pill bottle from AdhereTech keeps track of medications and alerts people when it’s time for their next dose to help with medication adherence.
TI Contest Challenges Student Engineers to Solve Modern Engineering Problems
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12/27/2015  1 comment
Undergrad and graduate students can try their hand at solving some modern engineering problems using components from Texas Instruments in the company’s latest North American Design challenge.
Smart Parking Solution Helps You Find a Spot in a Busy Lot, Garage
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12/24/2015  1 comment
Park Assist and Intelligent Product Solutions (IPS) have designed a solution that includes cameras in color-coded lights to help drivers find open parking spaces in busy garages and lots.
IoT Gifts Top Holiday Wish Lists
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12/21/2015  Post a comment
What’s topping the list of Americans' holiday wish lists this year? Internet of Things-related and other smart, connected gadgets, according to a recent survey.
Test Your Pump Knowledge with ITT Corp.’s ‘Pumps Quiz’
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12/18/2015  3 comments
For the fifth year in a row as the kick-off event to Pump Appreciation Day, ITT Corp.’s Goulds Pumps, Bornemann, and PRO Services brands are hosting World of Pumps Quiz, an online pump knowledge game.
Scottish Researchers Discover Cheap Way to Produce High-Quality Graphene
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12/17/2015  Post a comment
Engineering professor Ravinder Dahiya and his team at the University of Glasgow have made graphene by using the same inexpensive copper found in the manufacture of lithium-ion batteries.
Spirol: Edge-Bonded Shims Minimize Assembly Costs for Manufacturers
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12/16/2015  Post a comment
Edge-bonded shims can reduce assembly time and minimize the costs of assembly for manufacturers when used instead of the more common surface-bonded laminated shims, the company outlines in a recent white paper.
This Self-Healing Gel Doesn't Need Stimuli to Repair and Connect Circuits
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12/11/2015  2 comments
A researcher at the University of Texas at Austin has developed a self-healing gel that can repair and connect electronic circuits, paving the way for new innovation in flexible electronics, biosensors, and energy-storage devices.
Design News Quick Poll Results: Don’t Believe the IoT Hype
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12/7/2015  1 comment
The majority of Design News readers think that the Internet of Things is a lot of hype, according to our latest Quick Poll.
3D Printer-Like ‘Prometheus’ Machine Creates Circuit Boards in Minutes
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12/4/2015  15 comments
A new invention by a robotics startup called Zippy Robotics looks like a 3D printer but instead of printing CAD designs, it prints circuit boards.
Can't Get What You Want for Christmas? Blame the Supply Chain
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12/3/2015  1 comment
A survey by Riverwood Solutions found that the biggest problem for the supply chain over the busy holiday gift-giving season is visibility.
New Tech Generates Energy From Device Motion
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12/2/2015  2 comments
New energy-harvesting technology from Jennova that can capture energy from the rotation or spin of any device has potential to provide power for sensors and other connected devices in Internet of Things applications.
ABB Introduces Its Largest Industrial Robot Ever
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12/1/2015  Post a comment
The IRB 8700 is aimed at material-handling applications in the automotive, transportation, and other heavy industries.
UL Clarifies IEC Guidelines for Safety Features in PLCs
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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
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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'
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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?
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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?
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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
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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'
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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?
Blog 
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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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.


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