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Briefs: Nanotechnology
A technique enables manufacturing of minuscule robots by interlocking multiple materials in a complex way.
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INSIDER: Electronics & Computers

Scientists at the University of California San Diego and CEA-Leti have developed a ground-breaking piezoelectric-based DC-DC converter that unifies all power switches onto a single chip to...

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INSIDER: Energy

A common carbon compound is enabling remarkable performance enhancements when mixed in just the right proportion with copper to make electrical wires. It’s a phenomenon that defies...

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INSIDER: Design

Guided by machine learning, chemists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory designed a record-setting carbonaceous supercapacitor...

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White Papers: Automotive
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Your Solution to Metal Surface Problems

Are you searching for a better way to rid critical metal parts of burrs, microcracks and other surface imperfections while also leaving parts passivated and protected against corrosion and premature...

On-Demand Webinars: Unmanned Systems
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Recent industry breakthroughs in self-driving vehicles are enabling the potential use of autonomous ground vehicles in military operations. The use of...

White Papers: Energy
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A Sticky Solution to EV/BESS Design & Scalability Challenges

As electric vehicle and battery manufacturers work to improve widespread adoption they face multiple hurdles, from reducing sticker prices to enabling faster charging, extending...

INSIDER: Physical Sciences

Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have furthered a new type of soft material that can change shape in response to light, a discovery that could advance “soft...

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INSIDER: Mechanical & Fluid Systems

Compared to robots, human bodies are more flexible, capable of fine movements, and can efficiently convert energy into movement. Drawing inspiration from human gait,...

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INSIDER: Nanotechnology

Scientists have created the world’s first working nanoscale electromotor, according to research published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology. The science team designed a turbine engineered from DNA...

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Podcasts: Medical
An at home, non-invasive for urge urinary incontinence and urinary urgency without the need for surgery, implants, or drugs demonstrated to potential of wearable neuromodulation.
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White Papers: Manufacturing & Prototyping
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Manufacturing Transfers for Medtech Innovators Part 4: Matching Technical Expertise in Equipment and Software Applications

The seamless transition of production from an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to a contract manufacturing...

White Papers: Manufacturing & Prototyping
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Manufacturing Transfers for Medtech Innovators Part 3: Making a Move

For medical device companies seeking to optimize their operations, manufacturing transfers bring a unique set of challenges and opportunities. Continuous investment in...

Podcasts: Aerospace
Tom Driscoll, CTO and Founder, Echodyne, is the guest on this episode of Season 1 of the Aerospace & Defense Technology podcast.
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On-Demand Webinars: Software
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The transition to electric vehicles (EVs) demands a paradigm shift, challenging manufacturers to surpass the performance of traditional combustion...

Application Briefs: Aerospace
Insaco manufactured custom tooling to meet the unique part specifications for NASA’s DISSIPATION mission, which will enable better understanding of how the energy imparted by solar winds into the atmosphere is dispersed.
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On-Demand Webinars: Automotive
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With EVs accounting for an increasing proportion of supplier and OEM product-development investment, what are the new vistas in NVH abatement? Modern methods for combating NVH issues...

Podcasts: Medical
Medical-grade wearables can increase patient engagement and gather robust data for clinical trials.
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Technology & Society: Design
Sandia engineers convert excess renewable electricity into heat that gets stored in piles of gravel.
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Podcasts: Defense
This is the second half of our two-part podcast interview with Michael O’Hara, C-UAS Mission Manager, Northrop Grumman on the Aerospace & Defense Technology podcast.
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White Papers: Test & Measurement
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How Capacitive Sensors Shine in Industrial Environments

Learn how to use capacitive sensors in various measurement tasks and profit from unsurpassed stability and nanometer resolution — also in industrial applications. Capacitive sensors...

Quiz: Electronics & Computers
One of the most widely used test instruments, the oscilloscope's primary function is to provide a graph of a signal’s voltage over time. Its applications include acoustic research, television-production engineering, and electronics design. So, how much do you know about oscilloscopes? Find out with this quiz.
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Blog: Energy
Researchers have developed a battery that uses hemoglobin as an electrochemical reaction facilitator, functioning for around 20-30 days.
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Articles: Electronics & Computers

Women have been making significant improvements to engineering and are at the forefront of innovation and sustainable development. Women in Engineering: Rising Star Awards will shine the...

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Podcasts: Medical
Wearable medical devices must balance the need for continuous monitoring with power efficiency.
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Q&A: Design
Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering Ron Miles and his team at Binghamton University, New York, have developed an entirely new microphone technology based on research into how spiders hear.
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White Papers: Power
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Operating Voltage Ratings for Inductors

A topic not typically associated with inductors, this paper discusses how recent trends, particularly the introduction of higher voltage rated semiconductor devices, have created a new emphasis on...

White Papers: Medical
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Reusable Advices For Reusable Medical Devices eBook

Ensuring that reusable medical devices can be properly cleaned, disinfected, and/or sterilized is imperative to ensure patient safety and to minimize healthcare-acquired infections,...

Podcasts: Defense
Michael O’Hara, CUAS Mission Manager, Northrop Grumman, is the guest on this episode of the Aerospace & Defense Technology podcast.
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