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Engineering information about optimal spatial arrangements is pivotal for a variety of energy applications, including the construction of wind farms.
 
Atom smashing is nothing new, though the latest method for striking microscopic units together is a far cry from the largest apparatus devised by engineering research and development for this purpose, the Hadron Collider.
 
The future of the human body is partially bound up with the development of biomedical engineering research, which may  enable somatic augmentations that enhance our physical potential.
   
New methods for manipulating light developed by engineering research can lead the way to advances in diverse technological fields, from optics to energy production.
 
Mirrors typically repel light regardless of the angle of contact, but new engineering research has devised a reflective surface that lets a broad range of wavelengths through when they strike from a particular direction, according to a Massachusetts Institute of Technology news release.
   

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