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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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Chemistry World
May 2, 2014
Andy Extance
MIT makes mega-investment in new nano lab A new $350 million building at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will break down barriers traditionally separating subjects like chemistry, engineering, and bioscience in the name of nanoscale research. mark for My Articles 38 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 29, 2014
Andrea Sella
Rockwell's tester Stanley Rockwell US metallurgist (1886 -- 1940), developed a straightforward indentation method to measure hardness mark for My Articles
Chemistry World
April 30, 2014
Tim Wogan
High efficiency solar cells stack up A new high efficiency solar cell that is easier and potentially cheaper to produce than current designs has been demonstrated by US researchers. mark for My Articles 401 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 30, 2014
Hazel Neighbour
Electrospun superglue stops bleeding An airflow-directed electrospinning technique that precisely deposits medical glue onto wounds to halt bleeding in a matter of seconds could make surgery quicker and safer. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 22, 2014
Toby Sainsbury
Graphene: fundamentals and emergent applications This excellent book offers an expansive overview of the tremendously exciting field of research that the discovery of graphene created. mark for My Articles 77 similar articles
Fast Company
Neal Ungerleider
NASA's Space Station Robot Gets Legs The latest SpaceX delivery to the International Space Station, which took off on Friday from Cape Canaveral, included some unusual cargo: legs for NASA's robotic space station helper. mark for My Articles 102 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 17, 2014
Elisabeth Ratcliffe
How to print a crystal in 3D Scientists in the US have devised a method for printing three dimensional models of crystals using a 3D printer, the original CIF file and freely available software that can be run on standard operating systems. mark for My Articles 131 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 15, 2014
Abigail Hallowes
Toilet flushes could help power homes Researchers in South Korea have devised a way to harness the motion of water, including from raindrops or from a flushing toilet, as a sustainable energy source. mark for My Articles 6 similar articles
Fast Company
Chris Gayomali
This Is Why We Don't Have Google X Hoverboards Yet In this month's inside look at Google X, Google's fantastical R&D lab, researcher (and avid skateboarder) Rich DeVaul says he tried to design one. Why? "I just wanted one," he says. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 9, 2014
Harriet Brewerton
Pumping gone soft In nature many mechanical processes are carried out using soft materials that are nevertheless highly durable, efficient and capable of deforming and returning to their original shape in complex ways, for example the heart. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
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