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Magazine articles on engineering and how things work.
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National Defense
September 2014
Dan Parsons
Fifth-Generation Fighters Will Determine Air Dominance in Future Conflicts The Raptor is the only combat-ready fifth-generation fighter in the world. Its thrust-vectoring engines, sensor fusion technology and stealth are what define it as a generational leap from previous fighter designs. mark for My Articles 444 similar articles
Information Today
August 12, 2014
New IEEE Journal Will Focus on Life Sciences IEEE will publish IEEE Life Sciences Letters, a peer-reviewed, open access journal, in 1Q 2015. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
National Defense
September 2014
Dan Parsons
Augmented Reality Can Better Inform Troops U.S. troops have access to a mind-bending wealth of information during combat, from video taken by drones overhead to GPS positioning and satellite communications. mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
National Defense
September 2014
Chelsea Todaro
3-D Printed Rocket Engines Increase Production Capability A rocket engine made entirely with additive manufacturing could enable Aerojet Rocketdyne Co. to increase its production from 12 to 100 engines per year. mark for My Articles 11 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 28, 2014
Paul Gilbert
Making the modern world: materials and dematerialization This book serves as a timely reminder of the importance of addressing society's unchecked and imbalanced use of materials. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Fast Company
Elizabeth Segran
Too Sexy For Your Finger Splint? Here Come Fabulous, Functional Medical Accessories Daniel Vlasic says that 3-D printers allow doctors to create devices that are perfectly customized to patients' bodies. mark for My Articles 30 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 4, 2014
Jessica Cocker
3D printing cuts fuel cell component costs Researchers in the UK have used 3D printing to cut the cost of manufacturing devices that produce hydrogen fuel by splitting water. mark for My Articles 93 similar articles
Chemistry World
July 3, 2014
Emma Stoye
Mini Monet made with plasmonic paint There is no paint or ink in this miniature reproduction of Claude Monet's Impression, sunrise. Instead, the colors come from nano-sized discs of aluminium printed onto a sheet of silicon. mark for My Articles 2 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 27, 2014
Lanay Tierney
Lithium-ion battery makers look to stimulate electric car production Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla Motors has decided it will no longer pursue lawsuits against anyone using its patented technology. mark for My Articles 311 similar articles
Chemistry World
June 19, 2014
William Bergius
Organic solar cells reach manufacturing milestone Scientists in Denmark have devised a rapid, scalable and industrially viable way to manufacture large sheets of flexible organic tandem solar cells. mark for My Articles 391 similar articles
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