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computer chip

New Research Creates a Computer Chip That Emulates Human Cognition

This article originally appeared in Yale Engineering magazine.Imagine working in an office where, once you’ve finished one task, you had to wait until everyone...
Coronary Artery Disease

Could this Protein Protect People against Coronary Artery Disease?

The buildup of plaque in the heart’s arteries is an unfortunate part of aging. But by studying the genetic makeup of people who maintain...
Esophageal Cancer

Expert-Level Automatic Techniques for Early Detection of Esophageal Cancer

The detection of the early stages of esophageal cancer in Barrett’s Esophagus, based on visual endoscopic detection and biopsies, yields poor detection rates. The...
computer-aided designvideo

Reshaping Computer-aided Design

Almost every object we use is developed with computer-aided design (CAD). Ironically, while CAD programs are good for creating designs, using them is actually...
heart disease

Low Iron Levels Linked with Increased Risk of Heart Disease

Researchers analysing genetic data have uncovered a potential protective effect of iron in coronary artery disease, suggesting that having a higher iron status reduces...
3D Printing Hacks

How to Prevent 3D Printing Hacks? Install Secret Flaws and Share...

Additive manufacturing (AM), also called 3D printing, is growing fast. Worldwide, the AM market grew nearly 26 percent to more than $5 billion last...
robotsvideo

Teaching Robots to Teach Other Robots

Most robots are programmed using one of two methods: learning from demonstration, in which they watch a task being done and then replicate it,...
Crash-proof

Crash-proof Virtual Flying Through NIF

In apparent defiance of the laws of physics, LLNL design engineer Paul Bloom leads flying tours through the National Ignition Facility from only three...
simulation software

Flowing Transition Between Design and Simulation

The individualized mass production up to the individual item is a promise of the future delivered by Industrie 4.0. It can only be implemented...
Cyber-Physical Systems

Streamlining the Internet of Things and Other Cyber-Physical Systems

Sometimes referred to as the Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems vary from phones to self-driving cars, from airplane controls to home energy meters. They...
Cell engineering

Cell Engineering Can Give IBM Watson “Microscopic Eyes”

What if your cells could actually see? Today, scientists at IBM Research’s Almaden lab in the Silicon Valley are pioneering a new field of...
Freeform Surfaces

Algorithmic Solutions to Manufacturing Freeform Shapes

The key aim of the EU-funded GEMS project has been to reconcile industry’s need to manufacture such parts cost-effectively and in large numbers, while...
3-D printers

Need hair? Press “print”

With fur, brushes, and bristles, Media Lab’s technique opens new frontier in 3-D printing.
Robolympics

Engineering students compete for first place in Robolympics

The Olympics may be in Rio de Janeiro this summer, but students in mechanical and aerospace engineering professor Nate Delson’s Introduction to Engineering Graphics...
On-the-fly print

‘On-the-fly print’ lets CAD designers modify in progress

3-D printing has become a powerful tool for engineers and designers, allowing them to do “rapid prototyping” by creating a physical copy of a...
electric car, future of manufacturing, oil and gas business, Additive manufacturing

Siemens PLM Software and Local Motors partner to advance the future...

Siemens technology to support Local Motors' leadership in 3D-printed cars. Local Motors Labs program to leverage Siemens' digital twin expertise. Companies share vision of digitalization in product design and production