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PTC Mathcad Gateway Solution Provides Universal Access to Engineering Calculations

PTC Mathcad Gateway Solution Provides Universal Access to Engineering Calculations

PTC today announced the release of PTC Mathcad® Gateway solution. With one million licenses sold of PTC Mathcad engineering software, PTC Mathcad Gateway combines the power of PTC Mathcad with the ability to access calculations anywhere, anytime from a wide variety of devices. The solution offers a server that enables universal access to those who work with engineering calculations while still protecting corporate intellectual property. [More]
Creaform’s New VXmodel Software Release Features Direct Transfer to SOLIDWORKS

Creaform’s New VXmodel Software Release Features Direct Transfer to SOLIDWORKS

Creaform, worldwide leader in portable 3D measurement solutions and engineering services, announced today the latest upgrade to its scan-to-CAD software module. Part of VXelements, Creaform’s 3D software platform and application suite, VXmodel features a new collaborative functionality for direct transfer to Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS and streamlined workflows for reverse engineering and additive manufacturing in scan-to-CAD to print. [More]
New Model for Creating Ultra-Strong, Ultra-Flexible Metallic Glass

New Model for Creating Ultra-Strong, Ultra-Flexible Metallic Glass

A research team at UNSW Australia has developed a new model for fabricating metallic glass, an extremely strong alloy with high flexibility. [More]
Novel Approach for Designing Metal-Based Catalysts with Complexities

Novel Approach for Designing Metal-Based Catalysts with Complexities

Chemical engineers and researchers at Virginia Tech have developed a unique approach that could have a significant impact in design and discovery of future materials. This approach shows a distinctive model that would enable quick and precise prediction of new alloy materials that could be used for efficient conversion of chemicals. [More]
GRAPES Research Center Receives NSF Grant to Study Semiconducting Gallium Nitride

GRAPES Research Center Receives NSF Grant to Study Semiconducting Gallium Nitride

A team of researchers from the GRid-connected Advanced Power Electronic Systems Center (GRAPES) at the University of Arkansas has been awarded a $200,000 grant to analyze the modeling of gallium nitride (GaN) devices. [More]
Using 3D-Printed Models to Treat Complex Blood Vessel Malformations in Brain

Using 3D-Printed Models to Treat Complex Blood Vessel Malformations in Brain

Physicians at Boston Children's Hospital have created custom, high-fidelity 3D-printed models of blood vessel malformations together with the closely present normal blood vessels using synthetic resins. [More]
Wichita State's NIAR and Dassault Systemes to Partner on 3DExperience Manufacturing Center

Wichita State's NIAR and Dassault Systemes to Partner on 3DExperience Manufacturing Center

Wichita State University's National Institute for Aviation Research and Dassault Systemes will partner on an advanced manufacturing center on the Innovation Campus. [More]
Computer Simulations Lead to Production of Material Exhibiting Superlubricity

Computer Simulations Lead to Production of Material Exhibiting Superlubricity

Scientists at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF) have identified a material that demonstrates superlubricity at the macroscale. Computer simulations using the Mira supercomputer have helped advance the design for a near-frictionless material. [More]
Researchers Develop Dielectric Material-Based Thin Invisibility Cloak

Researchers Develop Dielectric Material-Based Thin Invisibility Cloak

Engineers at the University of California, San Diego have designed and developed a thin cloaking device that addresses some of the shortcomings faced in “invisibility cloaks.” This new device does not modify the light’s brightness surrounding a hidden object. The technology involved in this invisibility cloak device holds promise in optical communications to boost signal speed, and also for concentrating solar energy applications. [More]
Ultrafast Terahertz Spectroscopy Enables Fundamental Magnetotransport Measurements in Metals

Ultrafast Terahertz Spectroscopy Enables Fundamental Magnetotransport Measurements in Metals

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPI-P) and the Johannes Gutenberg University (JGU) have developed a new ultrafast terahertz spectroscopy that enables observation of magnetotransport in metals at the fundamental level. [More]