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Articles: Communications
Learn about widely used communications technologies for motion control.
Articles: Sensors/Data Acquisition
A new COVID test, a "ChromoUpdate," and NASA's brake rotor.
Application Briefs: Data Acquisition
RightHand Robotics combines machine vision with an intelligent gripper design to make more adaptable robots.
Application Briefs: Mechanical & Fluid Systems
An OEM must think about how to build a machine that will work on any kind of power system.
Application Briefs: Imaging
The Earth Imaging Spectrometer instrument is heading to the International Space Station (ISS) in 2022.
Application Briefs: Aerospace
After rigorous ground testing, NASA’s Four Bed Carbon Dioxide Scrubber will be installed on the ISS.
UpFront: Aerospace
NASA's Landslide Reporter, a smarter cement, and a way to track microplastics in the ocean.
NASA Spinoff: Test & Measurement
NASA’s need to contain hazardous lunar dust led to technology that senses other pollutants.
5 Ws: Materials
A specially designed hydrogel works against all types of bacteria, including antibiotic-resistant ones.
Q&A: Electronics & Computers
Kristin Sampayan from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory found a fast way to switch high voltages.
Facility Focus: Manufacturing & Prototyping
WPI supports research in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, cybersecurity, and fire safety.
Products: Imaging
Temperature transmitters, robotic tool changers, epoxy adhesives, and more.
Products: Manufacturing & Prototyping
Stratasys introduced three 3D printers for additive manufacturing of end-use parts.
Articles: Imaging
Resolution is an often discussed but seldom understood value in the world of 3D printing and additive manufacturing.
Articles: Software
Learn how to reuse more material without recycling.
Articles: Wearables
Battery recycling, NASA's water treatment, and a wireless wearable transmitter.
NASA Spinoff: Materials
A NASA-developed technology for testing heat shields transforms garbage into reusable chemicals.
5 Ws: Materials
A new enzyme-activated compostable material could diminish microplastics pollution.
Q&A: Energy
Dr. Burak Ozpineci is developing a system that charges electric vehicles while driving.
Facility Focus: Manufacturing & Prototyping
Duke Engineering supports clinical ultrasound imaging, restoration of hearing by cochlear implant, megapixel photography, and metamaterials.
Products: Sensors/Data Acquisition
Encoders, quick disconnects, automation systems, and more.
Products: Electronics & Computers
High-precision medical sensors, battery-cell mappers, signal conditioners, and more.
Products: Test & Measurement
Vision systems, signal generators, AC-DC converters, and more.
Products: Imaging
A new power supply from Bicker Elektronik has a backup battery that bridges power failures, brownouts, and flicker.
Articles: Mechanical & Fluid Systems
Learn the distinct forms that linear bearings take, and where the bearings are being used today.
Articles: Photonics/Optics
Designers who must sense motor position, speed, or acceleration have a lot of choices, including resolvers, optical encoders, and Hall-effect devices.
Articles: Test & Measurement
Faster inline CT inspections makes it possible to inspect far greater numbers of circuit boards.
Articles: Test & Measurement
MEMS sensors have been around for a long time, but requests from the market for new applications are driving upgrades in the technology.
Articles: Motion Control
See how simulation software is being used to is automate the test process for vehicle rotors.

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