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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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Chemistry World
January 3, 2014
Harriet Brewerton
Mid-air monitoring of migrating birds Scientists in the US have designed a biosensor that could be used to study the metabolism of free-flying birds in real time. mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 24, 2013
Season's greetings from Chemistry World Frosty, here, stands 30 micrometers tall and is made out of balls of tin etched using an ion beam. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 23, 2013
Tim Wogan
Vodka fuelled chemical texting A simple system for encoding messages in puffs of alcohol -- including vodka -- and transmitting them through the air has been used to send a simple text message. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 23, 2013
Polly Wilson
Biocomputer decides when to administer drugs Biocomputer-based logic systems that process biomolecular signals could revolutionize drug administration. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
National Defense
January 2014
Dan Parsons
Budgets Permitting, Marines Could Be Fighting Alongside Robots by 2020s Within five years, Marines could head into battle alongside autonomous robotic trucks carrying water, ammunition and other gear. mark for My Articles 438 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 12, 2013
Laura Howes
Phillip Messersmith: Sticky research Phillip Messersmith is a professor of biomedical engineering at Northwestern University in Illinois, US. His research group is currently looking at biological adhesives. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
Chemistry World
December 9, 2013
Jon Cartwright
Micromotors clean polluted water Researchers in Germany have invented micromotors that can propel themselves through water while degrading organic pollutants. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 28, 2013
Benjamin Valsler
Stuff matters: the strange stories of the marvellous materials that shape our man-made world Fascination with materials sustained Mark Miodownik through a PhD in jet engine alloys and into life as a scientist, engineer and now an author of popular science books. mark for My Articles
Chemistry World
November 27, 2013
Emma Stoye
Magnetic replicas capture pollen's sticking power The replica particles are identically shaped to the original pollen grains, which allows them to stick to surfaces like polystyrene using van der Waals forces. Converting pollen into these iron oxide replicas could be a useful way to manufacture adhesive microparticles. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Chemistry World
November 25, 2013
Carla Pegoraro
Steering cells towards biocomputers Bacterial toxins that undergo unique cell interactions have been used to perform logic functions by researchers in Germany. This innovation will help push the limits of synthetic biology. mark for My Articles 235 similar articles
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