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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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National Defense
September 2009
Grace V. Jean
Body Language Takes on New Meaning in PC World The researchers who developed the touch capability for Microsoft Surface are exploring ways to interface with computers and other digital gadgets using hand gestures. mark for My Articles 34 similar articles
Chemistry World
August 6, 2009
Hayley Birch
Nanoscale tools from DNA origami US scientists have demonstrated a nanoconstruction approach that allows the creation of self-assembling DNA 'origami' folded in an array of different shapes, from bent rods to toothed gears. This opens new possibilities for engineering nanoscale tools and devices. mark for My Articles 101 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 31, 2009
Nina Notman
Writing channels into a porous matrix US scientists have used a laser to write a hydrophilic pathway into a three-dimensional hydrophobic porous matrix. mark for My Articles 13 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
July 30, 2009
Mike Allen
Cities Race to Add EVs -- But Can the Grid Support Them? The electric car revolution seems poised to take a dramatic step forward. Recently, a pair of announcements by the mayors of Portland and San Francisco has created a friendly rivalry between the two cities -- each one investing to be the leader in electric vehicle infrastructure. mark for My Articles 217 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
July 30, 2009
Lisa Merolla
The World's 18 Strangest Buildings--And Why We Love Them Germany's Waldspirale ... Canada's Habitat 67... The Egg, in Albany, NY... London's Container City II... Poland's Crooked House... etc. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
July 27, 2009
Brad Reagan
The Truth About 4 Common Forensics Methods Room for doubt in deciphering the information in four important types of criminal evidence mark for My Articles 63 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
July 24, 2009
Erin McCarthy
How Effects Wizards Transformed G-Force From 2D to 3D When Disney asked if the director could make the new movie, G-Force in 3D, he turned to VFX house Sony Pictures Imageworks, which was already creating the film's animated guinea pigs, to figure out how to do it. mark for My Articles 96 similar articles Baseball-Playing Robots A pair of baseball-playing robots that can pitch and hit with incredible results have been developed in Japan. mark for My Articles 186 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
August 2009
6 Mods for the Ultimate High-Tech Police Car The typical cop car isn't born -- it's slapped together. Traditionally, this involved taking a production vehicle, bolting on a reinforced bumper and adding some lights and a divider between the front and back seats. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
July 22, 2009
Peter Alpern
Getting Ready for the 'Robot Revolution' As advances in technology allow for smarter, more versatile robots, they are expected to become more widely used in places such as laboratories, hospitals and food service operations. mark for My Articles 213 similar articles
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