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antenna

Missouri S&T Student Team Competes in Finals of IEEE Space Antenna...

A three-person team of Missouri S&T engineering students is headed to California to vie for top honors in an international competition to construct more...
movement disordervideo

Brain Signals Deliver First Targeted Treatment for World’s Most Common Movement...

Essential tremor is the world’s most common movement disorder, affecting an estimated 7 million people in the U.S. alone. The hallmark of this disease...
printed sensor

Printed Sensors Monitor Tire Wear in Real Time

Electrical engineers at Duke University have invented an inexpensive printed sensor that can monitor the tread of car tires in real time, warning drivers...
strokevideo

UNIST Engineers Robotic Device Helping Stroke Survivors Recover

A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has introduced a new robotic technology for stroke rehabilitation. Their robotic-assisted rehabilitation therapy, combined with standard rehabilitation, is...
graphics

Changing the game

When Shuaiwen Leon Song boots up Doom 3 and Half-life 2, he does so in the name of science. Song studies high performance computing...
energy meters

Electronic Energy Meters’ False Readings Almost Six times Higher than Actual...

This emerged from a study carried out by the University of Twente (UT), in collaboration with the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS). Professor...
ultrafast camera

NTU Invents Ultrafast Camera for Self-driving Vehicles And Drones

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) have developed an ultrafast high-contrast camera that could help self-driving cars and drones see better in extreme road conditions and in bad...
Terahertz chips

Wave of the Future: Terahertz Chips a New Way of Seeing...

Electromagnetic pulses lasting one millionth of a millionth of a second may hold the key to advances in medical imaging, communications and drug development....
generator

UCI Engineers Develop Powerful Millimeter-wave Signal Generator

Your doctor waves a hand-held scanner over your body and gets detailed, high-resolution images of your internal organs and tissues. Using the same device,...
optical modules

Fujitsu and University of Toronto Develop World’s Lowest Power Referenceless CDR...

The University of Toronto and Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today announced joint development of the world's lowest power referenceless CDR. The newly developed circuit operates...
wireless communications

NIST, Partners ‘Cutting the Cord’ (and Wires) from Factory Communication Networks

Providing wireless communications in a factory, plant or other industrial environment these days means more than just helping employees talk with each other while...
hurricanes

Control Algorithms Could Keep Sensor-laden Balloons Afloat in Hurricanes for a...

Using onboard GPS and cellphone-grade sensors, each drifting balloon becomes part of a ``swarm'' of robotic vehicles, which can periodically report, via satellite uplink,...
Drones and Insect Biobots

Tech Would Use Drones and Insect Biobots to Map Disaster Areas

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a combination of software and hardware that will allow them to use unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)...
Network Trafficvideo

Researchers Create Tool to See Network Traffic, Stop Cyber Attacks

Researchers in Carnegie Mellon University's CyLab Security and Privacy Institute are creating a visual tool to help thwart the kind of massive distributed denial...
aneurysm

Risks with Aneurysm Surgery Made Clearer with Mathematical Model, Researchers Say

A ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm is almost always lethal, but it can be prevented if the aneurysm is discovered in time and operated on....
tampering

UCLA Computer Scientists Develop Data Integrity Method to Prevent Tampering

How can two parties guarantee that their communications are not tampered with by an outside party? UCLA computer scientists have developed a new method...
touch

For the First Time in Humans, Researchers Use Brain Surface Stimulation...

In the quest to restore movement to people with spinal cord injuries, researchers have focused on getting brain signals to disconnected nerves and muscles...
3D printed robotsvideo

3-D-Printed Robots with Shock-absorbing Skins

Shock-absorbing skins allow these robots from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory to land more precisely. One potential application: Extending the lifespan of...
digital antenna

New Digital Antenna Could Revolutionise the Future of Mobile Phones

Aalto University's Radio Science and Engineering researchers have developed a method that allows antennas to make the shift from the analogue to the digital...
robots

People Favour Expressive, Communicative Robots over Efficient and Effective Ones

But the research also shows that giving robots human-like traits could have a flip side - users may even lie to the robot in...