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To Communicate, Researchers Test the Power of Touch
A ‘Green’ Concrete Calls for Less Cement, More Ash
FLAM! Researchers Test Cellulose as Sustainable 3D-Printing Material
Nano-Sized Actuator Lifts Many Times its Weight
Here's an Idea: How 'Simple' Sponges Are Solving Complex Problems
Comparison Between Wave Soldering and Reflow Soldering
An eel-like robot was developed that can swim silently in salt water without an electric motor. Instead, the robot uses artificial muscles filled with water to propel itself. The...
Vision-guided robotics commonly used in today's automotive plants enables robots to “see” the object they are working on so they can perform the required activity accurately on/to an object that is...
Some species of sharks must constantly swim to keep water flowing over their gills to stay alive. That same concept also tends to apply to technology — once a technology stops evolving and moving forward,...
Actuators are used in a wide variety of electromechanical systems and in robotics, in applications such as steerable catheters, aircraft wings that adapt to changing conditions, and wind...
Understanding Pulsed-RF Using Time-selective Spectrum Analysis
Managing Big Data for ADAS & Automated Vehicles
Making Autonomous Vehicles Safe with Simulation
Biosensor Technology: Driving Advances in Healthcare
Simulation of Electrohydraulic Power Systems
New Process for Chemical Recycling of PLA Under Mild Conditions