INSIDER: Mechanical & Fluid Systems

Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Elisa Riedo and her team have discovered a fundamental friction law that is leading to a deeper understanding of energy...

INSIDER: Propulsion

Early in the pandemic, Víctor Ortega-Jiménez was exploring creeks near his home and observing springtails. The organisms are the most abundant non-insect hexapods on earth, and...

Q&A: Medical
Professor Jun Yao and his team at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, have created a tiny sensor that can simultaneously measure electrical and mechanical cellular responses in cardiac tissue.
Blog: AR/AI
UCLA engineers have designed a new class of material that can learn behaviors over time and develop a “muscle memory” of its own.
INSIDER: Green Design & Manufacturing

A group of scientists in Nagoya University, Japan, have developed a possible solution to one of the biggest problems of the Internet of Energy, energy efficiency. They did so by...

INSIDER: Electronics & Computers

Imagine a technology that can convert, amplify, limit, filter, control, and transform electricity in countless ways to supply power to the electrical grid. These are power electronics, and...

INSIDER: Energy

Once considered science fiction, technology capable of collecting solar power in space and beaming it to Earth to provide a global supply of clean and affordable energy is moving closer to reality. Through...

Quiz: Robotics, Automation & Control
See how much you know about automated automobiles.
White Papers: Mechanical & Fluid Systems
The Inside Story on Proper Pump Selection for Medical Device Applications

For surgical procedures requiring irrigation, pumps are one of the more significant medical device components, and pump selection is paramount to operational success....

On-Demand Webinars: Defense

The SAE International G-35 committee on “Modeling, Simulation, and Training for Emerging Aviation Technologies and Concepts” is unique, in that,...

Blog: Manufacturing & Prototyping
The drawing machine uses pens with ink containing conductive material or regular mechanical pencils with varying graphite content.
INSIDER: Manufacturing & Prototyping

The Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM) announced that it has developed a gripper capable of all gripping movements, inspired by elephant trunks. It mimics how...

INSIDER: Design

If you’ve ever played the claw game at an arcade, you know how hard it is to grab and hold onto objects using robotic grippers. Imagine how much more nerve-wracking that game would be if,...

INSIDER: Design

The unassuming Pacific mole crab, Emerita analoga, is about to make some waves. UC Berkeley researchers have debuted a unique robot inspired by this burrowing crustacean that may someday help evaluate the...

White Papers: Test & Measurement
Leading Sensor Technology for Machine Monitoring

Eddy current sensors belong to the group of inductive displacement sensors and are ideal for industrial applications. Eddy current sensors are ideal for monitoring machinery and equipment...

On-Demand Webinars: Automotive

The impacts of climate change have created an impetus for companies to collectively embark on the journey towards a net zero economy. From clean energy to improving operational...

Quiz: Design
Take this quiz to find out how much you know about the rise of 3D printing in space and its future outlook.
News: Medical

A cross-departmental collaboration between researchers at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, could lead to better and earlier diagnoses of colon cancer. A research...

News: Green Design & Manufacturing

Combined research efforts from the United States, the United Kingdom, and Sweden found evidence of a surprising and distressing history in the seabed in front of the Florida-sized...

News: Imaging

Researchers in a joint study between the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and the University of California, San Diego, have developed the first-ever method for tracking single...

On-Demand Webinars: Transportation

Control in transportation is changing on multiple fronts. Advances in vehicle safety systems are transferring operating responsibility from the human...

Blog: Materials
The new materials are hard enough to stir molten steel and can withstand temperatures above 7,000 degrees Fahrenheit — about the same temperatures found just a few hundred miles above the surface of the sun.
On-Demand Webinars: Automotive

As the automotive industry becomes increasingly connected and autonomous, wireless communication and remote sensing creates challenges that require consideration during system-wide...

White Papers: Medical
Passivation, Pickling or Electropolishing: Which Metal Finishing Process Is Right for Your Parts?

In our latest whitepaper, we explore the differences and benefits of three common metal finishing techniques. From microcracks and microburrs...

White Papers: Defense
Network Digital Twins Add Necessary Fidelity to Constructive Simulations

Successful constructive simulations used for wargaming in an era of strategic fluidity and rapid change depend on high-fidelity models to correctly predict scenario...

On-Demand Webinars: Unmanned Systems

Documentation and documented information requirements are evolving, as all things do, especially during periods of major technological...

Blog: Wearables
The system aims to add the sense of touch to the metaverse for use in virtual-reality shopping and gaming, and potentially facilitate the work of astronauts and other professions that require the use of thick gloves.
Webinars: Power

Two key issues are driving the need for state-of-the-art power solutions: first, the rapidly increased rate of adoption of pulsed electric...

Application Briefs: Energy
To open the Moon to continuous multi-year human and robotic operation, Astrobotic is developing LunaGrid™ — a commercial power system for the surface of the Moon.

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