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Sensor Fish Measures Stress on Migrating Fish
Machine Design - Industry Applications, January 26, 2015
A new generation of "sensor fish" provides data that should help fish safely swim through hydroelectric plants. read more
The Softer Side of Exoskeletons
Machine Design - Industry Applications, January 23, 2015
Can a pair of pants help soldiers lift more and walk farther? read more
2015 Concept Vehicles Explore the Future
Machine Design - Industry Applications, January 21, 2015
A look at some of the concept vehicles from the 2015 Detroit Auto Show. read more
Sights from the 2015 Detroit Auto Show
Machine Design - Industry Applications, January 15, 2015
See some of what I saw at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show A Skeptical Engineer read more
Bearings Ideal for Caster Operations at Steel Mills
Machine Design - Industry Applications, January 07, 2015
Staff New bearing solutions from SKF are ideally engineered for support rollers in continuous caster applications at steel mills. read more
Bearing Solutions Ideal for Caster Operations at Steel Mills
Machine Design - Industry Applications, January 06, 2015
Staff New bearing solutions from SKF are ideally engineered for support rollers in continuous caster applications at steel mills. read more
High-Rise Chips Avoid Conventional IC Limitations
Machine Design - Industry Applications, December 17, 2014
An engineering team at Stanford University has devised a way to improve computer chips by making them taller. read more
Ford Unveils 500 hp Shelby GT350 Mustang
Machine Design - Industry Applications, December 11, 2014
Ford announced the return of an iconic American muscle car when they unveiled the new Shelby GT350 Mustang. Like the 1960's original, it has been tuned for the street as well as the racetrack, and features a flat-plane naturally-aspirated V8 that cranks out more than 500 horsepower and 400 pound fee...
Humanoid Atlas Robot Recreates Scene from "The Karate Kid"
Machine Design - Industry Applications, December 11, 2014
Boston Dynamics and IHMC engineers showcased some impressive control algorithms and had some fun programming their humanoid ATLAS robot to recreate various poses whilst balanced on a stack of cinder blocks, including the crane kick stance made famous in "The Karate Kid". Open In New Window:  No...
Is This Any Way to Advance Technology?
Machine Design - Industry Applications, December 03, 2014
Sen. Tom Coburn's 2014 Wastebook is out and it's teeming with seemingly stupid government projects that serve only to suck up taxpayer dollars and spit them out at well-connected institutes and citizens. read more
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