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Acoustics & Audio Technology
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Provides market overviews, information on global and regional trends, specific product and material developments and delivers the latest news on the industry.
Covers new technologies impacting the aerospace industry.
Alternative & Renewable Energy
Focuses on energy savings and the environment, and explores new ways to generate electricity.
Serves manufacturers of consumer, commercial, business, and medical appliances, as well as the design and engineering firms, product development, and industrial design firms supporting this industry segment.
Helps engineers specify optimum parts and select best fabrication practices to improve performance, lower cost, and speed production of today's passenger cars, trucks, and off-road vehicles
Automotive Technology Video Edition
Helps engineers specify optimum parts and select best fabrication practices to improve performance, lower cost, and speed production of today's passenger cars, trucks, and off-road vehicles through content delivered in the most engaging and informative form of videos.
Building & Design
Covers the materials, hardware, and tools used to design and construct new building projects or rehabilitate and renovate existing structures.
Building Blocks for the IoT
Covers the most critical issues affecting developers of next-generation connected devices for the Internet-of-Things, Industry 4.0, and consumer products, including embedded systems in applications.
Covers design, construction, and operation of plants and machinery for making such products as acids, dyes, drugs, plastics, and synthetic rubber by adapting the chemical reactions discovered by the laboratory chemist to large-scale production.
Coatings & Surface Engineering
Covers new products and developments in materials, applications, and processes for surface engineering.
Components for RF & Microwave
Informs readers of the latest developments in microwave and radio frequency system design as well as new applications for RF and microwave systems.
Construction Tools & Equipment
Covers the trucks, cranes, earth moving equipment, tools, and safety equipment used to build the world's highways, bridges, infrastructure, civil and major structures.
Creative Engineering covers creative ideas, inspiring stories, products and people in the electronics industry and maker space.
Creative Engineering Video Edition
Covers creative ideas, inspiring stories, products and people in the electronics industry and maker space delivered in the engaging and informative form of videos.
Includes information about acquisition of signals and waveforms, and processing of the signals to obtain desired information.
Defense & Security Technology
Updates subscribers with the latest developments across all technology sectors relevant to defense and security.
Design & Analysis Software
Keeps subscribers up to date on four main categories of design and analysis software: Computer Aided Design, Computer Aided Manufacturing, Computer Aided Engineering, and Product Lifecycle Management.
Offers subscribers a wealth of information on man-machine interface methods, including LED and LCD displays, flat panels, touch screens, panel meters, imaging workstations and analysis, and computer workstations used to monitor manufacturing processes.
Offers subscribers a wealth of information for design engineers and other technical professionals using electric components as their primary building blocks in consumer and commercial products.
Offers subscribers a variety of information on electronic design products and processes for application in computers, communications equipment, consumer electronics, and industrial systems.
Electronic Components Video Edition
Offers subscribers a variety of information on electronic design products and processes for application in computers, communications equipment, consumer electronics, and industrial systems all delivered in the most engaging and informative form of videos.
Electronic Device Design
Electronic Device Design examines the enabling technologies and material advances behind the latest generation mobile and handheld electronics.
Electronic Product Design
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Electronic Test Equipment
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Drawing from the trusted analysis and unmatched editorial content of Electronics360.com, The Electronics360 Weekly Current features the top stories, latest news, charts, insights and more on the end-to-end electronics value chain.
Offers valuable information on tools and strategies used to keep all engineering departments within an organization “on the same page.”
Entrepreneurship and the Maker
Focuses on creative ideas, inspiring stories, products and the people in the electronics industry and maker space. Entrepreneurship aims to relay the practical commercial and entrepreneurial aspects of creating and bringing a product to market.
Covers pollution control, waste management, hazardous waste disposal, and sanitary engineering.
Fastening, Joining & Assembly
Covers information about fasteners and materials that hold parts together (screws, rivets, bolts, adhesives, etc.), the tools and systems that automate application/dispensing of fasteners/adhesives, and new assembly/disassembly techniques integrated into system design.
Fluid Power Systems
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Food & Beverage Technology
Read by engineers and managers involved in the processing, plant construction and operation, sanitation, packaging/storage/preservation, quality inspection, handling, and distribution of food and beverage products internationally.
Written for engineers, managers, and consultants involved in healthcare facility design, building, renovation, and operation.
Covers all areas of the climate control discipline, including heating, ventilating, and air conditioning.
Covers the components and systems that enable automated manufacturing, assembly, and inspection.
Industrial Automation Video Edition
Covers the components and systems that enable automated manufacturing, assembly, and inspection delivered in the engaging and informative form of videos.
Offers a wealth of information for professionals working in maintenance, repair, and operations of industrial plants.
Industrial Processing Equipment
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Covers the products, equipment, and solutions used in clinical and research laboratories for the preparation, separation, and analysis of samples.
Light & Laser
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Machine Tools & Metal Working
Offers information relevant to the shaping, drilling, grinding, cutting, and other “metal working” processes that are generally carried out with machine tools or multi-tool machining centers.
Manufacturing Technology e-newsletter is for engineers involved with the design and installation of robotics, automation, sensors, controls, mechanical systems and electromechanical equipment. Manufacturing engineers are not only tasked with producing the products created by design engineers, but bringing those products to market quickly at reasonable cost
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Covers the design and installation of robotics, automation, sensors, controls, mechanical systems and electromechanical equipment delivered in the most engaging and informative form of videos.
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Offers information on a range of mechanical components, systems, and solutions.
Mechanical Power Transmission
Offers information on a range of systems that may use combinations of belts and chain drives, gears and gear drives, couplings, clutches and brakes, and other components.
Medical Equipment Design
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Medical Equipment Design Video Edition
Delivering trends and product news in the medical equipment field delivered in the engaging and informative form of videos.
Military & High-Reliability Electronics
Covers components designed specifically for harsh environments and mission-critical applications in systems for military, aerospace, medical, and industrial end-users.
Motion Control Components
Provides current news on products designed to precisely control movement of machinery.
Motors & Drives
Motors & Drives covers new developments in the design of AC, DC, servo, and stepper motors as well as associated drive types.
Networking & Communications
Focuses on networking hardware and software used to manage digital communication networks.
Oil & Gas Technology
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Packaging & Labeling
Tracks trends and products for the packaging and labeling industry.
Plant & Facilities Engineering
Covers industry trends and events, equipment, and techniques related to plant and facilities engineering (also known as maintenance engineering or reliability engineering).
Plastics & Resins
Focuses on new materials, from engineered thermoplastics to plastic films and composites.
Covers new methods for making parts out of plastics as well as improvements to “tried-and-true” methods, such as molding, extrusion, and machining.
Power Generation & Distribution
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Power Supplies & Devices
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Focuses on products in two pump categories: hydraulic pumps for liquids and pneumatic pumps for air or gas.
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Past Issues of this eNewsletter
Volume 3 - Issue 12 - 03/22/2019
Intelligent vibratory bowl feeder in action – eacy feed; All-in-one data logger solution for applications that need immediate analysis; Precision Fabrication by Design; Smartwatch or pacemaker users could see their bodies hacked; Reduced-scale solar geoengineering offers climate moderation benefits; The role space will play in the 5G roll out; Acoustic metamaterial promises a quieter world
Volume 3 - Issue 11 - 03/15/2019
Smart Design Series: Understanding heat transfer and condensation in automotive lighting; Supreme 18TC: Thermally conductive epoxy meets NASA low outgassing specifications; Motion plastic components enhance aircraft de-icing machine; Discovery helps HyperXite design with confidence; Watch how wireless vital sign sensors benefit premature babies; Backflipping robot cheetah can travel over uneven terrain twice as fast as humans; Lunar probe Beresheet back on track after computer hiccup
Volume 3 - Issue 10 - 03/08/2019
Simplify your network: PSC1 programmable safety contoller; Hydra-Cell pumps - no seals, no packing, no problem; New rain spray chamber helps meet your spec requirements; engineering TouchKit for PCAP touch screen development; Exoskeletons, part 1: Melding human and machine on the factory floor; Portable paper-based device detects infectious diseases; A smart bridge replaces a 'dumb' one
Volume 3 - Issue 9 - 03/01/2019
Airfoil bearings vs magnetic bearings in turbo blowers; Model PMH - heavy-duty manual installation machine; Robots take a step toward self-awareness; Nine wildlife success stories for 2019; Watch this mapmaking, high-altitude pseudo-satellite; Japan could be first country to approve flying cars; Watch how a tumor monorail lures brain tumor cells
Volume 3 - Issue 8 - 02/22/2019
What makes the O-ring such a good seal?; New oscilloscopes starting at $2,899; Metal forming machine tools — part 1: Bulk metal; Amphibious robot developed to explore regions underwater drones can't; How shape-changing drones maintain flight stability; NASA releases Mars Opportunity greatest hits after pulling the plug on the rover; Precision bore manufacturing with single-pass honing machines
Volume 3 - Issue 7 - 02/15/2019
Powerful precision 5530 2-in-1; Advanced precision motion and control technologies; Raspberry Pi 3B+ and the new Pi 3A+ functional comparison; Flammable Safety Cabinets That Exceed Regulations; Fundamentals of heat transfer in thermal interface gap filler materials; Converting waste plastic into clean fuels and useful products; Cardiac energy harvester designed to power pacemakers
Volume 3 - Issue 6 - 02/08/2019
Introducing powder metallurgy and the PM industry; Speed, precision, skill: Flying in the Red Bull Air Race; Engineers develop ingestible pill that monitors stomach for 30 days; Floating PV could significantly add to US solar energy production; Four NASA tactics to mitigate communications system obsolescence; Harley-Davidson debuts e-bike and e-scooter concepts for urban mobility; Watch blood plasma separation with a fidget spinner
Volume 3 - Issue 5 - 02/01/2019
Engineering and precision manufacturing since 1950; New Spirawave® wave spring series; The TESCOM ER5000 offers repeatable, accurate, and robust automated control; Not all enclosures are created equal; This DIY device prevents Amazon Alexa and Google Home from spying on you; Designing the future circular collider; Scoliobot designed to improve spinal surgery accuracy
Volume 3 - Issue 4 - 01/25/2019
An inside look at a lab dedicated to industrial filtration and fluids analysis; Non-contact 3D surface metrology and inspection for production environments; Lee Plug® expansion plugs; How to properly wrap a pipe using heat tape; Morphing aerial drones: Flying robot dragons, bird-mimicking quadrotors, and more; Automated Pu-238 production to benefit NASA missions; Researcher builds chair with eye toward improving lean manufacturing
Volume 3 - Issue 3 - 01/18/2019
Energy storage wars: Which technology will prevail?; Digital potentiometers for industrial applications; Reduce cost of heating by 40% with Watt-Flex® heaters; Precision fabrication by design; Developing and commercializing CBC technology: The next smallest thing in energy storage; Watch a microfluidic sheet travel and change shape; 3 underwater recreational scooters introduced
Volume 3 - Issue 2 - 01/11/2019
5G base station using massive MIMO for FWA; Variable reluctance speed sensors; Don't play the numbers - be fire safe; Nanosilica filled epoxy meets NASA low outgassing specifications; Ultima Thule spins like a propeller; New wearable provides home treatment for osteoarthritis patients; Smart glasses display product information while the user is shopping
Volume 3 - Issue 1 - 01/04/2019
Autonomous vehicle integration challenges; New installation solutions; Earthrise: Apollo 8's surprise gift; Fingernail sensor monitors Parkinson patient health; Play ping pong with a robot, play foreman in a near-future factory; Watch acoustic tweezers levitate particles independently; A 3D-printed robotic hand plays Jingle Bells on the piano
Volume 2 - Issue 52 - 12/28/2018
Former Engineer Thwarts Would-be Porch Thieves with 'Glitter Bomb'; Custom Pharmaceutical HVAC; Technique Simultaneously Measures 71 Elements in Liquids; Massive, Gravity-based Battery Towers Could Solve Renewable Energy's Storage Problem; Robots Swarm into Organic Formations; Cyber-physical Systems Usher in the Fourth Industrial Revolution; Art, Architecture, and Science Create an Immersive Experience on an American Lake
Volume 2 - Issue 51 - 12/21/2018
Airfoil Bearings vs. Magnetic Bearings in Turbo Blowers; Watch the Premiere Episode of the Nerd Girl Nation Web Series; Converting CO2 to Useful Chemicals by Microbial Electrosynthesis; Studying Volcanic Eruptions in the Lab; 3D Printer from Makerbot for Schools and Small Businesses; Sounds of Martian Winds Recorded by NASA InSight Lander; Air Innovations Environmental Control Unit Capabilities
Volume 2 - Issue 50 - 12/14/2018
Advances in Automation Increase Production and Operator Safety; Assembly-friendly Press-in-Place Seals Validated by FEA; Watt-Flex® Cartridge Heaters Eliminate Uneven Heating; Watch 3D Printing and Deep Learning Recreate Original Art Masterpieces; Huawei Develops an App to Teach Deaf Children to Read with Sign Language; A Simpler Approach to 3D Bioprinting Vascular Networks; Preventing Catastrophe: Verification and Validation
Volume 2 - Issue 49 - 12/07/2018
Kauffman Performing Arts Center Solves Cable Reel Reliability Issues; Another Geek Moment Video - the Resident Geeks: "Scaredy Pi"; Now an Easier Way to Clear Clogged Drain Lines; Custom Pharmaceutical HVAC from Air Innovations; Beyond Standards. Engineering Intelligence.; Are You Prepared for 5G New Radio Requirements?; MIT Develops a Solid-state Plane Powered by Ionic Wind
Volume 2 - Issue 48 - 11/30/2018
Advances in Automation Benefit the Environment; 3D Systems On Demand - The Power to 3D Print; Ultra-thin Electronic Tattoos Can Power Wearables; Social Media Negatively Affects the Way Young Women View Themselves; Selfie Drone Uses AI to Navigate and Track Users; NASA Wants to Pump You Up for Future Space Travel; Cloud-based Tool Speeds Analysis of RNA Sequencing Data
Volume 2 - Issue 47 - 11/26/2018
How Does a Linear Motor Work?; 3D Systems On Demand - The Power to 3D Print; Tigerflex Voltbuster Hoses; Giant Hydraulic Shaker Vibrates Spacecraft With the Intensity of an Earthquake; Artificial Intelligence News Anchors Debut in China; Climate Change is Intensifying Hurricanes; Modern Design Tools Overcome Key Business Challenges For Machine Shops
Volume 2 - Issue 46 - 11/16/2018
Massive MIMO Beamforming in an Urban Small Cell; How to Control Heat Exchange; 3D Systems On Demand - The Power to 3D Print; Get Optimal Protection for Your Water/Wastewater Infrastructure with Smart Relays; Nanobots Designed to Propel Through the Eye; Researchers Develop Wearable Vest to Guide Dogs; New Underwater Drone Prowling Coastal Waters
Volume 2 - Issue 45 - 11/09/2018
Energy Chains Help Reduce Downtime at the Port of Virginia; The Power of Connecting Possibilities Meeting Customer Needs; Flammable Safety Cabinets That Exceed Regulations; SuperPerf: The Next Level of Perforated Metal; Beyond Standards. Engineering Intelligence.; New Robot Can Autonomously Change Shape Based on Its Environment; U.S. Army Pilots Fly Autonomous Sikorsky Helicopter in First-of-its-Kind Demonstration
Volume 2 - Issue 44 - 11/02/2018
Intelligent Vibratory Bowl Feeder in Action – Eacy Feed; Turcon® Roto Glyd Ring® V Combines Performance and Reliability; IMPACT: Dot Peen/Micro Percussion Re-imagined; Detect Corona on Time to Avoid Outage; First Sensor Competencies; The Government Wants to Replace Almost 800 Aging Radar Installations; Mass Production of Microscale Robots
Volume 2 - Issue 43 - 10/26/2018
Generation Robot; The G8 Chain Series; Solutions Backed by Quality; Data Cover Climate Vulnerability in More Than 270 U.S. Cities; Waymo's Self-driving Cars Surpass 10 Million Miles of Public Road Testing; Levitation Technology Produces Self-bending Beams; Skinbot from MIT Suctions Its Way Across the Human Body
Volume 2 - Issue 42 - 10/19/2018
Inspecting Laptops Through Production from Displays to Keyboards to Surfaces; Precision Fabrication by Design; The Soft Robotics Gripper Challenge; How a New Font Helps You Remember What You Read; The Challenge and Promise of Integrating Robots Into Aerospace Production; Wireless Analytics Make 3D-printed Medical Devices Smarter; Meet Zoomer's Playful Pup
Volume 2 - Issue 41 - 10/12/2018
Intelligent Vibratory Bowl Feeder in Action – Eacy Feed; Dial 'P' for Portable Wireless Phone Charger; Air Innovations Environmental Control Unit Capabilities; Rapid Prototyping Drives R&D at Renault Sport Formula One Team; Five Common PCB Assembly Design Mistakes; Watch the Expert in the Development and Manufacture of Precision Fasteners; Designing Smart Machines Starts with Smart Tools
Volume 2 - Issue 40 - 10/05/2018
Airfoil Bearings vs. Magnetic Bearings in Turbo Blowers; Addition Curing Silicone Gel for Sealing, Potting, and Encapsulation; Variable Reluctance Speed Sensors; One Spring or Ten Million…; This Robot Picks up the Garbage You Left Behind; Flying Robot Inspiration Drawn from Hummingbirds, Bats; Dog Gets New 3D-printed Skull
Volume 2 - Issue 39 - 09/28/2018
Redesigning the Portsmouth Memorial Bridge for 21st Century Reliability; Overload Protection Shock Relay Prevents Costly Equipment Downtimes; Check Out Online Master's Programs; A SMART Response to Natural Disasters; Cost-effective Wastewater Treatment with New Crystalline Alloy; First Commercial Airlock to be Installed on the International Space Station; Now You Can Turn Your Stuffed Animal into a Robot
Volume 2 - Issue 38 - 09/21/2018
Generation Robot Series: Human 2.0; Collaborative Robotic Fastening System for Advanced Assembly; ALPS Test Fixture; Rapid Prototyping Drives R&D at Renault Sport Formula One Team; Technology Allows Robots to Identify and Grasp Objects Without Seeing Them Before; How Drone-delivered 'Dragon Eggs' Track Volcanic Activity; How 3D Simulations and In-die Sensors Improve Metal Stamped Components
Volume 2 - Issue 37 - 09/14/2018
Nothing Compares to Patented ADAPTIVE Fastening System (DFS); Increase Your Reactor's Catalyst Volume with a Unique Bed Support Media; SuperPerf: The Next Level of Perforated Metal; Speed, Precision, and Skill: Flying in the Red Bull Air Race; Learn How Tee Linkages are a Cost-effective Solution; Xylan® 1424 Fastener Coating; See the World's Most Precise Clock
Volume 2 - Issue 36 - 09/07/2018
Power Your Design with the Ultra Compact Inlet Filter; A Simple Predictive Maintenance Plan Can Have Major Benefits; Advanced Precision Motion and Control Technologies; 3D Printing with More Than 500,000 Colors, Unsurpassed Accuracy; New Analysis Techniques for Repetitive Shock Vibration; University of Oxford Developed App to Help Homeless Collect Donations; Hospitals are Vulnerable to Cyberattacks that Could Change Records and Kill Patients
Volume 2 - Issue 35 - 08/31/2018
Precision 5530: Engineered to Excel. Designed to Impress.; Audi Produces Realistic Prototypes; Richest Star Map of the Milky Way Plots Data on Over a Billion Stars; Actuation Technology Folds, Bends, or Flattens Paper on Command; MIT Researchers Use Their Noodles to Solve an Age-old Mystery; Device Tracks Ingestible Medical Devices and Tumors in the Body Without Surgery; Asia's First Solar-powered Quadcopter Drone
Volume 2 - Issue 34 - 08/24/2018
Husband and Wife Team Run Successful Businesses; Seven Common Component Selection Pitfalls; This Robot Can Find Waldo in Four Seconds; Always-on, In-home Autonomous Robot Sidekick Can See, Hear, and Feel; Beer-based Aerogel is Out of This World; New Holographic Display for 3D Creators Launches on Kickstarter; Medical 'Microbreweries' Identify Exposures to Radiation
Volume 2 - Issue 33 - 08/17/2018
Simplify Your Technical Cleanliness Inspections; Custom Spring Manufacturer for Diverse Markets - U.S.-based; 3D-printed Guide Could Empower Spinal Cord Injury Patients; Enhanced Solar Cell Efficiency with 'Funnel Vision'; Physics-based Method Allows Computers to Create Realistic Video Game Characters; 3D Printers Create a Less Expensive, More Refined MFP Production Process; Watch the World's Most Fuel-efficient Vehicle
Volume 2 - Issue 32 - 08/10/2018
Energy Chains Help Reduce Downtime at the Port of Virginia; Dial 'P' for Portable Wireless Phone Charger; Training Robotic Hands to Act Human; Chilean Firm Invents Shopping Bag That Dissolves in Five Minutes, Not 500 Years; AI Maintains Person's Anonymity by Creating a Painting Instead of Pixelating; Maggots Nourished on Food Waste a Future Sustainable Food Option for Fish; Is a Four-legged Robot Better Than a Two-legged Robot?
Volume 2 - Issue 31 - 08/03/2018
Setting Ideas into Motion; Nanosilica Filled Epoxy System EP30NS Features High Abrasion Resistance; Rolls-Royce Developing Robotic Snakes and Bugs to Inspect Engines; Video Game Teaches Teens About Electricity; WARR Hyperloop Team Hits 290 mph to Win SpaceX Competition; Efficiency Gain for Emerging Photovoltaic Material; Team Develops Tech to Communicate with Drones Using Expressions, Gestures
Volume 2 - Issue 30 - 07/27/2018
Bring Your Creative Visions to Life!; The Bioengineering of Personalized Bone Grafts; Peelable Thin-film Electronics for the Internet of Things; Team Builds Creeping, Crawling, Climbing Robot; Watch BlackFly, a Single-seat Flying Aircraft, Take Flight; Blazar Identified as a Source of High-energy Neutrinos; All-electric Logging Truck Has No Cab and Runs Autonomously
Volume 2 - Issue 29 - 07/20/2018
Generation Robot: Service Robots; Disruptive and Scalable Alternative to Traditional Injection Molding; Watt-Flex Cartridge Heaters Eliminate Bore Seizure; Miniature Nano and Micro Connectors; MIT AI Can Edit Music, Extract Individual Instruments; Watch an Immense Iceberg Calve from a Greenland Glacier; A Process for Cleaning Out Pollen Shells for the Purpose of Medication Delivery
Volume 2 - Issue 28 - 07/13/2018
Automatic Screwdrivers, Handheld - Designed for Durability and Accuracy; Flammable Safety Cabinets That Exceed Regulations; Key Considerations in Enclosure Thermal Design; Autonomous Robots to Charge EVs, Help Reduce CO2 Emissions in NYC; Is Lockheed Martin's LMH-1 Hybrid Airship the Future of Remote Cargo Delivery?; Swimming Cockroach-sized Robot Can Walk on Water; New 3D Printing Processes Can Transform the Construction Sector
Volume 2 - Issue 27 - 07/06/2018
Airfoil Bearings vs. Magnetic Bearings in Turbo Blowers; WEF Announces Winners of 2018's Technology Pioneers Cohort; Algorithm Inspired by Beavers Allows Robots to Navigate Tough Terrain; Mantis Shrimp's Club Inspires New Tough Material; Robot Grasping Issues Solved with New Scanning Technique; Augmented Reality Measurement Tool Allows for Instant Everyday Measuring; Researchers Look to the Mosquito in Developing a Pain-free Microneedle
Volume 2 - Issue 26 - 06/29/2018
Top Career Skills to Advance Your Engineering Career; Rapid Testing of 3D-printed Parts by a Robotic Work Cell; Alternative Materials for Rechargeable Batteries; Electronic Skin Gives Prosthetics a Real Sense of Touch and Pain; Medical Device With Nanotechnology Reduces Inflammation in Stem Cell Therapy; Using Drones to Locate "Butterfly" Landmines; Fish Robot Mimics Real Animals as it Moves Autonomously Through Water
Volume 2 - Issue 25 - 06/22/2018
Be More Certain with Machine Tool Applications; BionicFlyingFox is the Latest Robot from Festo's Bionic Learning Network; An Automated Robotic Device Designed to Speed Blood Testing; 3D Printing Viscous Materials with Consistency of Clay; Computer Program Can Predict What Your Next Move Will Be; New Method Measures Free Energy in DNA Molecules and More; Watch the Making of 3D Graphene Foam
Volume 2 - Issue 24 - 06/15/2018
Redesigning the Portsmouth Memorial Bridge for 21st Century Reliability; Dial 'P' for Portable Wireless Phone Charger; Introducing the Next Evolution!; Toughest Indicator There Is; Watch How Machine Learning Picks Up the Pace of Bioengineering; Bionic Prosthetic System Restores Proprioception for Amputee Patients; Scientists Create AI-enabled Drones That Detect Violence in Crowds
Volume 2 - Issue 23 - 06/08/2018
Bring Your Creative Visions to Life with!; KabelSchlepp Continuous Flex Cables for Motion; Photocatalyst Performance Improves with a Dash of Detergent; We May Not Be Addicted to Our Smartphones After All; Ultrasound-propelled Nanobots Designed to Detoxify Blood; Army Investigates Using "Third Arm" to Improve Soldiers' Performance; Is Diamond Really That Super of a Material?
Volume 2 - Issue 22 - 06/01/2018
Produce Highly Complex Structural Metal Components Using Metal Injection Molding; Learn How TSVs Can Reduce Fire Escalation; Abracon Antennas for the IoT: LTE, GPS, LoRa, WiFi, BLE; Powered Prosthetic Developed to Learn Movements from Neuromuscular Signals; Organ-on-Chip Platform Mimics Human Physiology; Self-healing Material May Lead to Machines That Can Spontaneously Repair; Wonder Material Controls Heart Cell Activity
Volume 2 - Issue 21 - 05/25/2018
Be More with Deublin; FabPro(TM) 1000 - An Engineer's Aid; NASA is Sending a Helicopter to Mars; Robot Can Help Humans in Hospitals Get Dressed into Hospital Gowns; Students Create Indoor Greenhouse So Urban Dwellers Can Grow Vegetables; China's Bike-sharing Programs Lead to Bicycle 'Graveyards'; Working Prototype of Crowdfunded Electric Car Unveiled
Volume 2 - Issue 20 - 05/18/2018
Streamline Your Production with Designed, Engineered, and Converted Materials; Collaborative Robotic Fastening System for Advanced Assembly; How to Minimize Pressure Loss; Teaching Robots to Grasp Objects Through Heat Signatures; NASA Mission Discovers New Magnetic Reconnection in Earth's Magnetosheath; Triboluminescence Device Tests the Stability of Drugs; Infection-fighting Microbeads Show Promise in Burn Wound Simulations
Volume 2 - Issue 19 - 05/11/2018
Generation Robot; Dare to Compare the Latest Metering Pump Technology to Yours; IMPACT: Dot Peen/Micro Percussion Re-imagined; Advanced Precision Motion and Control Technologies; This Robot Improves Mental Health Care; BrainGuide System Developed as an Automated Neurosurgical Planning Tool; Watch a Robot Change into a Car You Can Ride
Volume 2 - Issue 18 - 05/04/2018
Intelligent Vibratory Bowl Feeder in Action – Eacy Feed; The TESCOM ER5000 Offers Repeatable, Accurate, and Robust Automated Control; UV Cameras on Drones – DayCor® Systems; Take Our Quick Survey; Holograms are the Next Biggest Tool for Video Conferencing; 3D Printers Used to Create Self-folding Plastic; New Wearables Could Determine if Athletes are Ready to Return to Action
Volume 2 - Issue 17 - 04/27/2018
Watch EMI and ESD Solved in Seconds with EESeal; Military Researchers Conduct First Combustion Experiment with X-rays; Scientists Develop Robot Capable of Assembling IKEA Furniture; Elegant Signing Machine by Jaquet Droz Now Shipping; Social Robot Fights Loneliness for Millennials; Laying Waste to Oil Spills; Smart Socks Help Physiotherapists Treat Patients Remotely
Volume 2 - Issue 16 - 04/20/2018
Intelligent Vibratory Bowl Feeder in Action — Eacy Feed; An Introduction to Gear Motors; Microfactories Designed for Sustainable E-waste Management; Virgin Hyperloop One Shows Full Working Prototype Pod; Why Are Certain Metals Rare or Precious?; Autonomous Robots Rescue Animals Using Similar Technology to Self-driving Cars; Spend 12 Nights in a Luxury Space Hotel Space for $9.5 Million
Volume 2 - Issue 15 - 04/13/2018
Bring Your Creative Visions to Life with Epilog Laser!; What Requirements Must Pressure Sensors Meet in HVAC?; Hey Google, Control My Stuff!; Robot Inspired by Real-life Spider Can Transform into a Speedy Rolling Wheel; Dutch Firm Completes Footbridge 3D Printed by Welding Robots; Engineering Students Step Up with Imager for Diabetics; 'Trash Bot' Used to Help Clean the Chicago River
Volume 2 - Issue 14 - 04/06/2018
Understanding the Basic Conventional Powder Metallurgy Process; Check Out Online Master's Programs; Power Your Design with the Ultra Compact Inlet Filter; Keeping Flammable Media Contained During a Fire; Researchers Create DIY 3D Bioprinter from a Commercial 3D Printer; Students Develop Inexpensive, 3D-printed Robotic Hand for Amputees; Generating Electricity from Fabric
Volume 2 - Issue 13 - 03/30/2018
Energy Chains Help Reduce Downtime at the Port of Virginia; The TESCOM ER5000 Offers Repeatable, Accurate, and Robust Automated Control; Turcon® M12 PTFE-based Sealing Material Excels in High-pressure Operations; Injectable Health Sensors Stream Data to Cell Phones; Imaging System Could Help Self-driving Cars See Through Fog; Solar Powered Extractor Can Pull Water from Dry Desert Air; New Robotic Servicing Spacecraft Provide a New Lease on Life for Aging Satellites
Volume 2 - Issue 12 - 03/23/2018
Zip Wheel Offers Faster, Cooler, and Freer Cutting; Using AR and Machine Vision to Improve Firefighters' Response Times; Artificial Heart Could Prove Permanent; Robot for Agricultural Growth Analyzes Crop Health; Rise of the Insects: Six-legged Robots; Would You Fall Asleep in a Self-driving Car?; Robot Solves Rubik's Cube in 0.38 Seconds, a New Record
Volume 2 - Issue 11 - 03/16/2018
Bring Your Creative Visions to Life; Ever Wonder What Happens to Your Items When You Send Them in for Repair?; California Restaurant Promotes Flippy the Robot to Full-time Line Cook; Intel Drone Used to Map Hydrocarbon Plants to Analyze Efficiency; Crops Engineered to Conserve Water, Maintain Yield; LEGO to Launch Sustainable, Plant-based Plastic Bricks; The Race to Deploy Devastating Hypersonic Railguns Heats Up
Volume 2 - Issue 10 - 03/09/2018
Applying Automated Visual Inspection Throughout LCD Display Production; A Jerry-Rigged Roomba Robot is Being Used to Assemble Custom Furniture; Tokyo Will Become the First City with a Fleet of Autonomous Taxis; Pneumatic Prosthetic Gives Laryngectomy Patients a Voice; Food for Thought — Eat Your GMOs; Soft Robots Developed with the Sense of Touch; High-energy Laser Weapons Take to the Skies
Volume 2 - Issue 9 - 03/02/2018
ADAPTIVE-DFS Drives All Flow-type Fasteners; Low Viscosity, Epoxy-based System Cures Dissimilar Substrates; Scientists Measure Python Strength (Episode 1); What Requirements Must Pressure Sensors Meet in HVAC?; Skiing Robots Race in South Korea; The Biggest Startup Campus is Not in Silicon Valley, It's in Paris; Check Your Vitals on Your Wrist
Volume 2 - Issue 8 - 02/23/2018
3D Printing Parts for High-value Snow Machines; Celebrates Lunar New Year of the Dog; First Precise Measurement of W Boson Mass; The Future of Play: Flying LEGO Bricks; Carbon Engineering Will Remove CO2 from Air, Turn it to Fuel; Caption Crawler Helps the Visually Impaired Interpret Online Images; This Ceramic Implant is a Hip Thing
Volume 2 - Issue 7 - 02/16/2018
VTOL Startup Wins 2018 Early Stage Company of the Year Award; Flammable Safety Cabinets That Exceed Regulations; SuperPerf: The Next Level of Perforated Metal; Versatile Inertial Sensors for Tomorrow's Autonomous Vehicles; A Maker Creates a Pair of "Harry Potter" Inspired Spectre Spec Goggles; Using AI to Diagnose Disease; Cockroach Robot Can Run, Jump, Climb, and Fall from Great Distances
Volume 2 - Issue 6 - 02/09/2018
Intelligent Vibratory Bowl Feeder in Action – Eacy Feed; 3D Dot Peen Marking; Using Lego Bricks to Move Beyond the Lab-on-a-Chip; Silk Fibers Discovered to be a Great Nano-material for Biosensing; How to Perform Tensile Testing on Polymers; NASA's GOLD Mission Explores the Edges of Earth's Atmosphere; Robots Are Sewing up the Future
Volume 2 - Issue 5 - 02/02/2018
Massive MIMO Beamforming in an Urban Small Cell; The New Way to Encapsulate; Fastening Robot Assembly Cell Makes Parts Fast; Don't Play the Numbers - Be Fire Safe; Using Lasers to Project 3D Images with Better Quality than Holograms; Electron Rocket Completes Second Test Flight Successfully; An Underwater Postbox That Actually Works
Volume 2 - Issue 4 - 01/26/2018
Rotary Press Offers Innovative Custom Gasket Solutions; Dual-function Chokes Address Differential-, Common-mode Noise in a Single Compact Component; Longer Range Wireless Power has Arrived with Ossia's Cota Technology; Improving Intersection Safety with Artificial Intelligence; Nintendo Introduces DIY Kits for the Switch; Drone Saves Two Swimmers' Lives off the Coast of Australia; Ikalogic Builds First Wi-Fi Oscilloscope Probe
Volume 2 - Issue 3 - 01/19/2018
Manufacturing in Space: A 3D-printed Ratchet That's Out of This World; Jabil Makes a Jump Forward with HP 3D Printing; AR at Your Fingertips; Bell Helicopter Unveils Urban Flying Taxi; CES Debuted Zubi Flyer, Toy That Teaches Kids to Code; Wash and Recovery Method Speeds Decontamination; PowerDolphin Water Drone: Something Fishy Launched at CES 2018
Volume 2 - Issue 2 - 01/12/2018
Imagine, Design, and Create with Epilog Laser; Dual-function Chokes Address Differential-, Common-mode Noise in a Single Compact Component; CERN Celebrates the Highlights of 2017; Augmented Reality Comes to the Rose Parade; Solar-powered Drone to Be Launched at CES 2018; Researchers Find Safer Route for Ultrasonic Therapy; The Gas Spring That Stays Where It's Placed
Volume 2 - Issue 1 - 01/05/2018
Setting Ideas into Motion; Mixing and Flow Properties of a Room Temperature Curing Adhesive; Watch an Introduction to the Powder Metallurgy Industry; Remembering Astronaut Bruce McCandless II; Custom 3D-printed Drones in Less Than 24 Hours; Christmas Science: Explaining Rudolph's Red Nose and Other Holiday Mysteries; Safer Tug Operations with Drone Assist
Volume 1 - Issue 21 - 12/15/2017
Design Tools and Support; Lifelike Artificial Organ Models For Practice Surgeries 3D Printed; Google Lunar XPRIZE to Award $20 Million to the First Private Spacecraft on the Moon; Robotic Learning Technology Allows Robots to Imagine Their Future; Synthesizing Silk for Medical Use; Wearable Computing Ring Puts Thumb in Driver's Seat; New Uses for Uranium
Volume 1 - Issue 20 - 12/08/2017
Precision Labs On-Demand Training; Learn About 5G in Five Minutes; A Manufacturing Renaissance is in Sight; Imagine, Design, Make and Realize Your Ideas Faster; Magnesium Car Parts: A Far Reach for Manufacturers?; Origami-inspired Muscles Give 'Superpowers' to Soft Robots; Why Did Scientists Create a Microscopic Fidget Spinner?
Volume 1 - Issue 19 - 12/01/2017
SuperPerf: The Next Level of Perforated Metal; Factors Contributing to the Growth of Laser Engraving; Space Launch System Will Propel Orion on Exploration Missions to the Moon; Feeling Fireworks via Haptic Technology; Fueling Up on Coffee for London Commuters; SpotMini, the Robot Dog; Emojis, Irregular Punctuation, and Spelling in Text Messages
Volume 1 - Issue 18 - 11/17/2017
The Three Pillars of Membership; Google Maps All South African National Parks; Watch MantaDroid, a Bio-inspired AUV; Manufacturing Begins on the Largest Carbon Fiber Wing Ever for the Boeing 777X; Picking Up the Pace of 3D Printing; Leaning Toward the Flexible Future; Crops Thrive in Magenta Solar Greenhouse
Volume 1 - Issue 17 - 11/10/2017
High Voltage Power Training Series; A High-tech Devil's Pitchfork for Halloween; Elon Musk Reveals First Photo of Boring Company's Tunnel Under LA; Fast, Untethered Virtual Reality; Collaborative Robotics Driving Manufacturing Productivity Gains; Smart Fabric Can Unlock Your Front Door Without the Key; Advanced Control of Wave Energy Converters
Volume 1 - Issue 16 - 11/03/2017
An Inside Look at a Lab Dedicated to Industrial Filtration and Fluids Analysis; Laser Cutting Acrylic Displays; The Evolving Global Landscape for Hazardous Locations Industries; Fully-integrated Assembly Inspection Station; Watch the Flight and Swim of the RoboBee; The Evolution of the World's First Floating Wind Farm; When Disaster Strikes, Call in the Robots
Volume 1 - Issue 15 - 10/20/2017
Astronomers Witness the Brutal Collision of Two Neutron Stars; TI Precision Labs - ADCs; A Look at Stealth Bomber Technology; Robots Can Learn a Lot from This Desert Rodent; Modern Technology Aids the Rise in Vinyl Record Sales; See How Quantum Materials Boost Photodetector Efficiency; Ironmaking 101 – From Ore to Iron with Blast Furnaces
Volume 1 - Issue 14 - 10/06/2017
Structured for Strength; Watch NASA Engineers Play with Paper; Meet Snapbot, a Multi-legged Reconfigurable Robot; Chemicals That Kill — The Hidden Chemical War Being Waged Today; The Story of the Highest-capacity Transatlantic Subsea Cable; An Inside Look at Carbon Fiber (and How It Can Change the Planet); This Nunchuck-wielding Robot May be the Future of Industrial Automation
Volume 1 - Issue 13 - 09/29/2017
Automatic Screwdriving Technology in Action - Adaptive DFS; Video Learning Opportunity: Automated Testing of Semiconductor Dies Before Packaging; Watch Elon Musk's Very Expensive SpaceX Blooper Reel; An Acoustofluidic Device Assays Whole Blood; Researchers Set Out to Test How Secure Fingerprint Scanning Actually Is; A Scientist Reaches into Electric Eel Tank and Makes Shocking Discovery; New Four-axis Robot Arm Can 3D Print, Laser Engrave, and More
Volume 1 - Issue 12 - 09/15/2017
Constructing the Future of LA with Augmented Reality; 3D Printing in Metal with Robots; Precision Control Stands Ensure Correct Assembly; Watch EMI and ESD Solved in Seconds with EESeal; Small Sensors for Today's Small, Smart Systems; New Technology Allows Parents, Coaches, and Medics to Detect a Concussion; Video Learning Opportunity: Automated Testing of Semiconductor Dies Before Packaging
Volume 1 - Issue 11 - 09/01/2017
An Inside Look at a Lab Dedicated to Industrial Filtration and Fluids Analysis; New ClearFire®-CE Condensing Boiler has Dual Returns, Achieves 99% Efficiency; Three New Industries Making Their Mark with Lasers; Engineering Student Develops Groundbreaking Prosthetic Limb; New Method for Plant Genetics Speeds up the Plant Identification Process; Using Yeast and Human Waste to Produce Parts for Deep Space Missions; 3D-printed Robotic Arm is Sign Language Translator