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Engineering research yields stronger materials and better ways to cut them

Thursday, 03 July 2014 09:13

New research creates stronger metals, and a new prototype device allows hard materials to be more easily machined. 
   

UCSB and Binghamton researchers shed more light on superconductors

Tuesday, 01 July 2014 09:29

Scientists from Binghamton University and University of California at Santa Barbara have made strides toward shedding some light on areas of superconduction research that have so far remained elusive.
   

Cambridge researchers eclipse superconductor world record

Friday, 27 June 2014 09:38

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have recently shattered the record for containing a magnetic field in a superconductor.
   

3D-printed carbon composite inspired by balsa wood

Thursday, 26 June 2014 08:29

Drawing inspiration from nature, material scientists have developed a method for fabricating objects out of cellular composite materials using a 3D printer. Their muse: the humble balsa tree.
   

Researchers find the Goldilocks zone for metal 3D printers

Tuesday, 17 June 2014 11:16

3D printers have been making plastic figurines, machine parts and other knick-knacks for years, but a device that prints with metal may soon be a reality.
   

Carbon-capture innovation paves way for cleaner natural gas

Wednesday, 04 June 2014 04:42

A plethora of engineering research projects have focused on finding solutions to the sustainable energy problems now confronting countries around the world, including a recent study by a team of Rice University scientists.
   

Get in to prestigious online graduate engineering programs in the US

Thursday, 22 May 2014 10:27

Despite the unpredictability of the employment landscape as a whole, there is good news for graduates in engineering fields, with opportunities for finding work on the rise, according to a TechServe Alliance press release.
   

Mantis shrimp inspires super-strong material

Wednesday, 23 April 2014 10:04

Flora and fauna from around the world have stimulated developments in engineering research that hold the potential for creating materials and devices with unprecedented capabilities.
   

Checkerboard orientation weakens wind farm output

Wednesday, 02 April 2014 13:03

Engineering information about optimal spatial arrangements is pivotal for a variety of energy applications, including the construction of wind farms.
   

Rainbow absorption opens spectrum of technological possibilities

Monday, 31 March 2014 08:27

New methods for manipulating light developed by engineering research can lead the way to advances in diverse technological fields, from optics to energy production.
   
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