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Students at Penn State's 3D Printing Club Create Complex 3D Objects

Students at Penn State's 3D Printing Club Create Complex 3D Objects

A group of mechanical engineering students at Penn State's 3-D Printing Club have successfully created 3D objects using 3D printers. [More]

XEI Scientific has premiered brand new Evactron® EP Plasma De-Contaminator™ at AVS 2014 Baltimore

XEI Scientific Inc. is excited to announce the debut of our latest product, the brand new Evactron EP Plasma De-Contaminator, was a great success at the 61st AVS International Symposium and Exhibition in Baltimore, Maryl... [More]
Curtin Researchers Create ‘Eyes and Ears’ Technology for Affordable Autonomous Cars

Curtin Researchers Create ‘Eyes and Ears’ Technology for Affordable Autonomous Cars

Curtin researchers have helped create technology that will make an autonomous car affordable to the average-income person within a decade. [More]
Researchers Develop the Coldest Cryostat Ever to Study Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay

Researchers Develop the Coldest Cryostat Ever to Study Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay

An international team of scientists, including postdoctoral scholars and students from the US and Italy, has developed a -273.144°C cooled chamber for a prospective experiment to study about ghostlike particles called neutrinos. This work was supported by the Cryogenic Underground Observatory for Rare Events (CUORE) in collaboration with the Department of Energy's Office of Science and National Science Foundation in the US Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. [More]
Anti-Corrosion Coating Won Energy & Clean Tech Venture Award

Anti-Corrosion Coating Won Energy & Clean Tech Venture Award

The Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship (Rice Alliance) announced the 10 Energy & Clean Technology Most Promising Company Awards at the 12th Annual Energy & Clean Technology Venture Forum in Houston last week. [More]
MIT Bounding Algorithm Enables Cheetah Robot to Sprint over Grass

MIT Bounding Algorithm Enables Cheetah Robot to Sprint over Grass

Researchers at MIT have developed a new bounding algorithm, which enabled a cheetah robot to sprint across grass. During indoor tests it reached a speed of 10mph and on the Killian Court it bounded at a steady clip. This robot is expected to reach a speed of 30mph. [More]
NASA Launches Vertical Assembly Center for Deep Space Mission Rocket

NASA Launches Vertical Assembly Center for Deep Space Mission Rocket

NASA unveiled the world’s largest 170-foot-tall, 78-foot-wide Vertical Assembly Center, a spacecraft welding tool at its Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans. The core stage of Space Launch System (SLS), America’s giant rocket will be developed using this welding toolkit. [More]
Rigaku Raman Technologies Introduces Handheld Raman Analyser at CPhI Worldwide 2014

Rigaku Raman Technologies Introduces Handheld Raman Analyser at CPhI Worldwide 2014

Rigaku Raman Technologies, a pioneering manufacturer of portable and handheld Raman spectrometers, announced its plans to unveil the advanced handheld Raman analyser – Progeny at CPhI Worldwide 2014. [More]
Cambridge University Researchers Produce First Graphene-Based Flexible Device

Cambridge University Researchers Produce First Graphene-Based Flexible Device

Researchers from the Cambridge Graphene Centre (CGC) and Plastic Logic have successfully developed a flexible display device made of graphene, which is the first of its kind. [More]
Kickstarter Campaign to Fund Free Non-Destructive 3D Imaging for Researchers

Kickstarter Campaign to Fund Free Non-Destructive 3D Imaging for Researchers

A Kickstarter campaign has been launched to provide Advanced 3D Imaging for free. Researchers, students, academic institutions and industries will be able to utilize the facility for non-invasive imaging of samples in 3D, 4D and 5D. [More]
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