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Researchers from Singapore University of Technology and Design have demonstrated 3D printing with one of the Earth’s most abundant organic compounds: cellulose.
There is plenty of moisture in the air — Professor Swee Ching Tan wants to harvest the humidity and put it to good use.
A new system from the Georgia Institute of Technology has a sound approach to recognizing tiny gestures of the hand.
A reusable sponge from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory cleans up spills – not in the kitchen, but on the coast.
A report released this week revealed a spike in the adoption of metal additive-manufacturing systems – an increase due largely to a growing number of new companies.
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Material Solutions for e-Mobility
The Future of Modeling is Here
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Infrared Imaging Technology
Cooling Strategies for High-Power Electronics Cabinets
A Self-Healing Glass, Inspired by a Butterfly Wing
How to Generate Electricity — From Rust
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